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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 21-THE LETHBRIDQE May Think think sugaring Petro row near boiling is a time-honored tradition in those areas of the U.S. Northeast and Canada where the maple tree reigns. When the sap begins to sugarers like Leon are ready. He tends the steaming sugar house while Leon carts sap in from the family's 350 acres of Pennsylvania woods by horse- drawn wagon. Wright stokes fires beneath right. Up to 50 gallons of sap may be boiled down to yield one gallon of syrup. Herald Ottawa Bweau OTTAWA The Ottawa- Alberta confrontation over the petrochemical industry's future in Canada should come to a boil later this week. Energy Minister Donald Macdonald said Monday he plans to announce the cabinet's decision late this week on one of three world- scale ethylene plants being proposed by this the so-called project involving Dow Chemical of Canada Ltd's plans for a complex at Fort Alta. Behind the which is expected to ratify a partial-approval announced last month by the National Energy are two government policies that Alberta has reportedly told Ottawa it as-yet-unannounced decision by the National Energy Board to start controlling the export of a petrochemical building block for plastics that can be made from either oil or natural gas. BEAVER LUMBER APPOINTMENT Alan L. Keyworth The appointment of Alan L. Keyworth as Vice Store Operations for Beaver Lumber Company Limited is announced by David President. Mr. Keyworth's duties in- clude responsibility for the operations of Beaver Lumber Company Saveway Building Supplies Limited and the Planned Buildings which operate nationally within the Retail Merchandising Group of The Molson Companies Limited. Mr. Keyworth has been associated with the Molson organization since most recently as President of Molson's Western Breweries Limited in Calgary. Mr. Keyworth will be located in Toronto. ADVT. Duke campus lavishes Lewis campaign glimpse warm praise on Pierre tackles bank interest N.C. Prime Minister Trudeau came to Duke University Sunday to receive an honorary degree and the kind of praise that he would welcome at a campaign appearance before Canadian voters. Making his first sortie from Ottawa since calling the July 8 general Trudeau spent some six hours on the rain-soaked Duke campus. He urged the graduates to press the world's developed countries to adopt a new ethic of sharing and responsibility. He also chatted over tea and punch with members of the university's Canadian-studies program. Trudeau hewed to the proto- col that a visiting politician avoid controversy about both his own and the host country's politics. He mentioned the ne- cessity for exemplary behavior by persons in positions of but mentioned no names. Faced with a standing ovation from the member commencement audience and lavish praise from Duke President Terry Trudeau expressed smiling regrets that because of equal-time restraints during the afraid they won't be able to use as much of that on TV as I might have It was his first speech in the United States since a visit to Washington five years and the first U.S. commencement speech by a Canadian prime minister since Lester bending protocol at Temple University in urged Americans in 1965 to stop bombing North Vietnam. The controversial speech earned former president Lyndon Johnson's wrath. Wilson reveals IRA 'scorched earth' plan LONDON Prime Minister Harold Wilson said Monday security forces in Northern Ireland have obtained documents showing an Irish-Republican Army plan to occupy and control pre-designated areas in Belfast and its suburbs. In a statement in the House of Wilson said the intention is by and indiscriminate to foment sectarian hatreds in the Belfast area. Wilson said the plan shows a intention to manipulate the emotions of large sections of the people by inflicting violence and hardship on them in the hope of creating a situation in which the IRA could present themselves as the protectors of the Catholic He said the IRA even if ini- tially does not ex- pect to be able to continue to hold strong points in Belfast. Therefore its he is to carry out a scorched-earth policy involving burning the houses of ordinary people as its forces withdrew. FIRST CENSUS There were white resi- dents in Canada when the first census was taken in 1666. Ont. David Lewis dusted off some slightly-used New Democratic Party economic policies Mon- as he continued a three- centre preview of his election campaign. Mr. Lewis told an NDP nominating meeting that while his official campaign doesn't start until he is offering glimpses of the party's policies before starting the official stumping. He told the audience that the government's efforts to control inflation by raising the prime interest rate of the Bank of Canada are of The most recent raising the rate to per highest level in his- nonsense. The prime interest rate is the rate at which the Bank of Canada lends money to the chartered banks. The chartered banks usually charge their best customers about IVz per cent more than the prime rate. Mr. Lewis said the increase in the prime rate is inflationary in itself and will only serve to increase the woes of the average consumer by making credit more expensive than ever. A train with 40 engines and freight cars. A freight car is useless if it isn't going somewhere. And to get it it takes people. People like locomotive engineer Al Fuller. Al typifies the new thinking at CP Rail. Thinking that has given us an almost improve- ment in on-time perfor- mance on certain key trains. We improved this service through better planning and utilization of equipment. We added new pieces of rolling stock last And spent on ties. This kind of commitment is part of the spirit at CP Rail. We believe good freight service is really a question of good people. Whether they're fore- casting buying new or ensuring another on-time arrival. At CP Rail we believe freight is people- like Al Fuller. And we want to keep the spirit that has made us the world's largest investor- owned transportation system. We're committed. Call your District Trev Jones at 328-3373 and see. and re-designed and of towners call Zenith modified another Then we bought 40 new freight locomotives at ap- proximately each. ban 4uw nv i I I I He said an NDP government would lower interest rates. Mr. Lewis said the interest rate increase will work to the benefit of large corporations. He said with billions of dollars in will make money with higher interest rates on their deposits. They usually raised their own credit internally and won't be hurt by the higher commercial interest rates. He also criticized corporate singling out steel com- which recently an- nounced a price for particular attention. PROFITS RISE He asked why the companies were increasing their quoting figures to show that profits of the Steel Company of Canada Ltd. rose by 31 per cent in 1972. Dominion Foundries and Steel Company Ltd. and Algoma Steel Ltd. also showed steep increases in profits last he said. Mr. Lewis called for a two- price system for basic com- modities such as steel. He said that a two-price sys- similar to that which al- lows Canadians to purchase domestic petroleum prices at levels below world would reduce the effects of inflation. Companies should take whatever prices the world market will but don't have to bear Library use high world price he said. Mr. Lewis also renewed the NDP's oft-repeated demand for a national prices review board to monitor prices if halt or roll back unwarranted price jumps. COMBINATED NEEDED He said these com- bined with a cut in personal in- come an excess profits tax and lower interest rates will help buffer the impact of inflation on Canadians. He also repeated his con- demnations of the economic policies of the Liberals and Conservatives. He said Prime Minister Trudeau's insistence that in- flation is worldwide and can't be controlled domestically is only partly true. Government can help alleviate some in- flation. Mr. Lewis attacked the Con- servative policy of wage and price calling it The idea of a freeze was un- fair and unjust and would hit the wrong people. The meeting which earlier nominated Derek Blackburn to contest his Brant riding seat was Mr. Lewis's second stop in a three- day Ontario swing. He and his wife who received a bouquet of are scheduled to attend another riding meeting in Sault Ste. Marie today. The daisies for Mrs. Lewis were a reminder of Prime Minister Trudeau's budget speech in the Commons in which he referred to the NDP as Government sources said yesterday that Alberta is particularly angry at this latest extension of federal power over provincial oil and gas resources. strong belief by Ottawa experts that there's room for three new world- billion pound per ethylene plants in Canada by including one plant at Sarnia. Government sources ex- plained Monday that Alberta last week told Ottawa in a reaction to the implications of the impending cabinet decision on the Dow-Dome proposal that there is room for two world-scale ethylene plants by but not necessarily room for three by 1980. If there is not room for three by Alberta wants the first two plants this decade located in the sources added. This meant that the proposed Petrosar complex for Sarnia that would use some barrels a day of Alberta crude as would either have to be cancelled or moved to at least in Alberta's view. trade and com- merce officials in Ottawa said Monday the Alberta calcu- lations are Mr. Macdonald said he plans to have with Alberta government officials this before the Dow- Dome decision is announced. he will make the decision Thursday. The federal government is expected to make it clear to Alberta that Petrosar should go despite Alberta's claims that Petrosar should not rely on receiving Alberta oil. No takers for pageant equipment There's been no response so far to an offer to make the equipment and other properties of The The Sound and The Fury available to any community that wants to stage a. similar production. George president of the now defunct Association for Historical said Monday no attempt will be made for the time being to dispose of the material. hopeful that there will be some communities around that could use at least some of the equipment such as the he said. The outdoor which was to have been staged in Indian Battle Park this summer to celebrate the centennial of the arrival of the Northwest Mounted Police in was cancelled last month when it failed to get city funding. hearings May 29 CAREER A meeting to hear submissions on future use of the old main library in the Gait Gardens will be held May 29. Three applications for use of the building have been made to the Community Services Advisory which will recommend to council what should be done with the library. They came from the Citizen's Committee for a Lethbridge and District Art the Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization and the Social Centre for Senior Citizens and the Disabled. suspect withholds plea A 20-year-old Lethbridge man charged with two counts of breaking and a charge of auto and a charge of carrying a concealed wapon was remanded Monday to May without plea. Kenneth Willy Unger 322 3rd St. was charged with break-ins Saturday night at Glascon 327 3rd St. and Graver's Sales 334 4th St. S. Syncrude RELOCATION ADMINISTRATOR Our staff is growing at a tremendous and we require a Relocation Administrator to help manage this growth. This person be responsible for admin- istering the company's relocation and for assisting new employees to make the move from parts of the world to Alberta. A post secondary followed by two years business experience is with a demonstrated ability to plan and ad- minister a complex and detailed set of tasks. Syncrude offers an attractive salary and benefits and opportunities for ad- vancement within our rapidly expanding company. Reply IN WRITING Grant Howell Employment Supervisor Syncrude Canada Ltd. South Tower 9915-108 Street Alberta TK5 2Q8 Syncrude- ;