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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta POWER RATE HIKE CONFIRMED BY PUB EDMONTON The Public Utilities Board has confirmed interim rate increases which Calgary Power Ltd had put into effect April 1. The board said the rates are fixed as just and reasonable with one exception. The exception is the rate for the union of rural electrification associations which was amended as to the charge for the first block of power. The charge for the first block of power was fixed at two cents per kilowatt hour compared with 2.1 cents requested by the company. The rates in effect from April to March referred to as the 1973 interim were also finally fixed by the board. In a statement the board said the 24 days of hearings into the company's second and final phase of its rate application took nearly pages of transcribed evidence and more than 80 exhibits. In 100 letters and lengthy written arguments were considered before the board reached its decision. Gas export bid decision reserved CALGARY The Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board has reserved decision on an application by Greater Winnipeg Gas Co to remove 80 billion cubic feet of natural gas from Alberta over a 25- year period ending in 1999 Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. Ltd. of a major gas distributor in told the board that no additional exports of natural gas should be allowed from Alberta until the province's future energy needs have been determined. J H Fletcher of Canadian Western said all export permits not already granted should be deferred until a board hearing next month to examine future energy needs in Alberta A P president of the Winnipeg gas distribution said his company requires additional volumes to meet increasing residential use in Winnipeg and surrounding communities. Failure to receive export permits for the Alberta he will force his company to refuse new perhaps as early as next month. Donald P counsel for the said the board should not consider the gas needs of Alberta against the needs of Winnipeg residents Whether gas should be denied Winnipeg users at the advantage of Alberta industry is a political decision which should be made by the Alberta not the energy Mr. McLaws said Resignation calls subside By R. W. APPLE JR. New York Times Service WASHINGTON The drum roll of appeals for President Nixon's which built to a crescendo last has subsided. For the time at the White House and most of the Congressional Republicans and Democrats find themselves in unaccustomed agreement that the proper way to resolve Nixon's Watergate agony is to allow the constitutional impeachment process to go Reservation fishing may go to court Mont The right of Crow Indians to their reservation to fishing by non Indians could come to a court test soon. The court test could arise from charges filed in U S. district court here against James Finch of Billings. He is charged with fishing on the Big Horn River at the southeastern Montana Indian reservation. The Crow tribe has allowed fishing and hunting on the reservation through a permit system. no permits have been issued for this and federal authorities are enforcing the tribe's no fishing rule Tender deferment asked Mont The Montana Contractors Association says uncertainties about wage demands now on the bargaining table make it impossible for construction firms to bid on highway projects Tne association has asked the Montana highway department to postpone its May 30 bid letting of six including six miles of interstate highway east of Billings The association has been -bargaining with four unions which went on strike May causing a halt to nearly all road construction in Montana The unions and contractors are reported still far apart on wage issues. ALMOST A HABIT The most holes-in-one in a golfing career is 37 by Art forward The public explanations of this attitude are uniformly high resignation would set a damaging under which future presidents might be hounded from office for mere unpopularity Resignation would leave a substantial part of the country bitter and dissatisfied Resignation denies the president his right to due process of law. Many of those who have advanced these explanations seem entirely sincere. as is inevitably the case in such there are also unspoken political calculations and motivations at work. The White prefers impeachment to resignation because it offers Nixon the chance to survive in the presidency. And Nixon's while privately pessimistic about his chances in the House of remain convinced that he will win the ultimate test in the Senate. The Congressional Democrats see a number of political advantages in avoiding appeals for presidential resignation and the party's top including the national Robert the Senate majority Mike Mansfield of and the speaker of the Rep Carl Albert of is working hard to build party unity on the question. For one several senators said they can seem statesmanlike and insulate themselves from charges of leading a partisan lynch mob if they stay cool for the moment. Newspaper and television and the proceedings of the House Judiciary are certain to keep the question of Nixon's fate before the public without assistance from others. Equally important to many of the Democratic office the Democrats would appear likely to benefit in the November elections if Nixon stays in office through the summer Should he leave one House member Vice President Ford would have enough time to reconstruct the Republican image and perhaps avoid the big Republican losses that are now anticipated. 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