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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Dateline Alberta Oil spill mopped up EDMONTON -Crews have mopped-up all but about gallons of oil from a spill seven miles northwest of about 100 miles southeast of Edmonton. Fred western division manager of Interprovincial Pipeline owners of the said a crew of about 15 men is still at the scene of the which dumped the oil across 40 acres of farmland when a 34-inch pipe broke Monday. broke no laws' EDMONTON Preliminary assessments by the government indicate that no laws were broken by two Alberta retail food stores that subjected their employees to lie detector Attorney General Merv Leitch said Wednesday. Mr. Leitch told Roy Wilson Calgary in the legislature that the evaluation by his department is continuing. Crop loss contract signed EDMONTON Alberta and the federal government have signed a agreement to reduce crop losses caused by migratory birds. Under the announced in the legislature the province and Ottawa will split the costs of the program. Up to million will be available over the four-year agreement for projects to prevent crop damage. Property damage up CALGARY Property damage in city traffic accidents reached nearly million in the first four months of compared with property damage of million during the same period last a report said Wednesday. There were also more people injured this 427 compared to 379 last year. The number of traffic deaths dropped to eight during the down from 15 last year. U of C staff get raises CALGARY The of Calgary said Wednesday that its support staff will receive interim salary retroactive to April while pending for final settlement by the provincial arbitration board. D. R. university employee relations said the support comprising of maintenance technicians and will receive interim increases of between and or between 6.9 and 11.3 per cent a month. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 64 35 Pincher Creek 63 35 Medicine Hat 60 32 Edmonton.....65 35 Grande Prairie 70 51 Banff 61 34 Calgary. 60 38 Victoria .....54 47 .11 Penticton....... 72 '51 .14 Prince George 66 44 .19 Kamloops 74 52 Vancouver .58 49 .30 Saskatoon......47 37 .09 Regina........ 44 30 .02 Winnipeg 56 39 .38 Toronto 83 60 Ottawa.......82 48 .33 Montreal 67 45 .36 Quebec ___ 48 42 .69 St. John's 34 30 14 Halifax......... 47 40 .20 Charlottetown 46 30 .02 Fredericton..... 52 40 .03 Chicago 81 55 11 Minneapolis 69 47 Las Vegas...... 92 67 Honolulu.......86 72 Mexico City. 79 55 Athens 72 59 Rome 68 55 Paris........... 64 50 London.......57 52 Lethbridge-Medicine Hat Today Sunny. Highs abxout 70. Lows near 40. Mostly sunny. Winds west 20. Highs 70 to 75. Calgary regions Sunny. A few afternoon showers along the Highs near 65. Lows 35 to 40 Friday. Cloudy periods. Scattered afternoon showers or thundershowers Highs about 65. Columbia-Kootenay Today and Mainly cloudy with some showers and isolated thunderstorms. High both days 65 to 70. Lows tdnight near 40. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Mostly suny and warmer today Increasing cloudiness tonight and Friday with scattered afternoon showers mostly northern Highs both days 60 to 70. Lows tonight 30 to 40. West of Continental Divide Scattered afternoon showers and isolated thunderstorms today and Friday. Highs both days 60 to 70 Lows tonight 35 to 45. Calf Creep Feeders Help the little ones... Get the feed they require to become BIG ONES GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Box 1202 328-1141 Ports 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 Kmgsgate open 24 Porthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. until 11 Wild Horse 7 a.m. to 4 Rooseville 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Logan Pass. Turner's budget could result in oil explorations cutback Edmonton firms find high grade gold ore By JOSEPH MA CALGARY The announcement by Amoco Canada Petroleum Co. Ltd. that it is cutting back on its exploration and other programs is an indication of the things to come as a result of recent government oil industry spokesmen said Wednesday. Amoco's action is no means and reflects the mood of thinking throughout the industry in Canada said John S. president of the Canadian Petroleum Association. Other companies could follow he said. In at least three other major companies have publicly stated that had the proposed federal budget been they would have been forced to freeze or suspend their spending programs. Trudeau if would take another billion dollars a year or more from mineral with at least 80 per cent to be taken from the oil-gas said Carl 0. of the Daily Oil Bulletin and a former president of the Independent Petroleum Association of Canada. Although the budget brought down the Prime Minister Trudeau and Finance Minister John Turner said it will be re-introduced if the Liberals are returned to office in July. What the conservatives will if they form the next is not yet clear. So the uncertainty is still said Scotty general manager of which represents most of the independent and Canadian owned companies. Amoco said the company will suspend all field exploration activities except those which are impossible to and suspend construction of a experimental project in the Athabasca oil sands. In the company has terminated negotiations whereby Amoco would have become the major tenant of a 32-storey office tower under construction in and cancelled the installation of a computer system scheduled for September. And it plans to discuss with partners the possibility of suspending offshore drilling on the Grand Banks of Newfoundland. have informed our employees that Amoco intends to step aside from the federal provincial confrontation over the sharing of revenues from natural resources until the two levels of government have come to some resolution of the an Amoco spokesman said. staff cuts are not being contemplated for the near future. Fred president of Atlantic Richfield Canada Ltd. of said if the proposed budget is re- introduced following the election and passed without the company have a number of projects that would net be economically R. G. president of Imperial Oil Ltd. of said if the budget had gone the company would have to consider reducing planned spending of million in the next year. He said Canada needs which will continue to spur energy not cripple Texaco Canada Ltd.'s reaction was one of and Company president John Mingay said the budget proposals would have made it extremely difficult for management to justify to shareholders further exploration and and planned capital expenditures would have been frozen. Mr. Cameron said the major companies could afford to and until the investment climate is It is the independent companies which are experiencing immediate difficulty in obtaining exploration and drilling funds. IPAC members depend on the private investor for 50 per cent of their funds and right now this source of which amounted to about million last almost impossible to he said. IPAC has done a study on the impact the proposed budget would have had on oil producers in Alberta and Saskatchewan. If the budget proposals were the return to producers in Alberta would have been reduced to nine per from the current level of 14 per after the federal and provincial governments had taken their shares. In the current return to the at 7VZ per would have been effectively reduced no profit or net loss. Mr. Poyen said every major company is re- evaluating its He said several companies are planning cutbacks of Amoco's scale. The Ottawa proposal is not just aimed at Alberta and Mr. Nickle said. is also aimed at British Manitoba and because of their recent boosts in provincial levies on mineral production provinces would quickly get back to the bargaining table with Ottawa to negotiate what the federal government would think of as more equitable sharing of the mineral resource pie between two levels of Mr. Nickle making industry the scapegoat in the process for paying EDMONTON Two Edmonton based companies plan to increase underground exploration activities following successful assays on gold claims 43 miles northeast of N.W.T. Precambrian Shield Resrouces Ltd. and Numac Oil and Gas Ltd. announced Tuesday that a tunnel cut 350 feet to the main target encountered rock assaying half an ounce of gold per ton over the 11-foot width of the tunnel. grade and width are both significantly better than drilling had said Earl Precambrian president. 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