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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETH8RIDGE HERAS.D Saturday, September 8, 1973 gas OTTAWA (CP) The Na- tional Energy Board (NEB) ended hearings Friday on an ethane export application that could determine if future natu- ral gas escorts to the United States will be allowed. The board, sitting in a rare Friday afternoon session, heard final arguments and rebuttal on an application by Dome Petro- leum Ltd. of Calgary to export 169.1 million barrels of ethane, a natural gas byproduct, to the U.S. over a 15-year period. Linked with the ethane appli- cation is an application to in- crease the leiigth and term of propane exports to the U.S. Another application by Cochin Pipeline Ltd., a Dome sub- sidiary, proposes building a twin-p'ipeline system from Al- berta to Ontario through the U.S. One line would carry eth- ylene, a derivative of ethane used in a variety of products, and the other would carry eth- ane, butane and propane. The ethylene would be pro- duced by a plant to be con- structed 'at Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., 20 miles northeast of Ed- monton, by 'Dow Chemical of Canada, which would share ownership of the pipeline with Cochin. KESERVED JUDGMENT The board reserved judgment in the main ethane application but observers said a ruling may be handed down before the end of the month. Dome has sought to prove that there have been sufficient r.ew discoveries of natural gas since November. 1071, to justify This was the second round of hearings on a application by Dome, with the first hearings held in January, 1972. Dome then changed its application and the board re-scheduled hearings to begin in July. The board must also deal with a motion by the three com- I panies whose export appli- cations were dismissed in two months before the first Dome hearings were heard. Thev have asked the board new exports. In a decision i that if it decides there is an ex- For her safety and comfort lenses Only half Ihe weight on her pretty little nose. Shatterproof for maximum prelection, warranty against eye injury. Protective lenses are Law in some advisable everywhere! Available In all prescriptions. Specialising in the fitting of Eys Doctor's prescriptions Prescription 9 Children's Frames Magnifiers Repairs Reasonable Prices MILES SOUTH OF STORE CHIN, ALBERTA P.fflc LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Alex Stanko who has sold his farm, we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee ns fo condition or age and is subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TERMS: Cash the day of the sale, with settlement in full before removal from the premises. TRACTORS Case model 730 Case-O-Mftic diesel tractor with hydraulics end live PTO. New rubber, good condition. Massey Karris model 30 gas tractor with PTO. lead ballasts in the wheels. COMBINE AND SWATHERS Harris No. 90 combine with 10 ft. Melroe pickup. Versatile 14 ft. self propelled swather. Harris 12 ft. pull type swathers. TRUCKS Mercury 3 ton truck with grain box with steel floor and hoist. Fargo 1 ton truck with dual wheels, Chevrolet hclf ton with 283 motor, partly customized. 1RPJGAT1ON EQUIPMENT '2 mile Oliver irrigation system consisting of: 13 6" x 30 ft. main line, ft. lateral with end risers, 1 Berkley 6-5. model B4J pump, 1 volume gun 1" sprinkler, ft. garden sprinkler pipe. FUEL TANKS gal. double comoartment fuel tank; gal. sinale compartment fuel tank and steel stand; gal. fuel tank. MACHJNERY Deere 16 ft. heavy duty wing style 1200 series Surflex; 12 ft. model 246 Deere 12 ft. rod weeder; Cockshutt 12 ft. rod weeder; 12 ft. press drill with 7" spacing; Deere 4 bottom 14" plow; ditcher; Ferguson No. 10 baler. ft. Noble V blade with 16 ft. straight blade; ft. Nob'e of diamond harrows; mower; mower; float; 12 ft. disc; Robins ft. grain auger with 9 h.p. Briqgs and Stratfon gas motor; ft. tendem flat deck; squeeze; front end loader; 1 Mcssey No. 6 front end loader. Harris one way; planter; 6 ba'e stooker (6 balel; ft. Snowco arain auger with placiric motor; stone boat; Renn hydraulic post pounder; 1 Cobey No. 60 manure soreader, 200 bus. eaoacity; filler; hole auaer Massey Harris ham- mer mill; 10 ft. side delivery rakp; rake; model 50 sornyer with 32 ft. hooms. poo-up bale loader; nnwer seed sower and fer- tilizer distributor; ft. grain auger; stock locv-'er; 1- Snowco cn-ain auger exten- SHOP TOOlS AVD pumo; Jr. r-rden cultivator with mower, shovel, o'nuciS with 6 h.o. motor; comorpsso.-; 10 h.p. water cooled motor. duty Delco 2 h.p. 110 or 220 volt motor; 15 h.p. gas motor; sorover; gal. paint can with hoses; air tank; puller; grinder; and Decker drill; Quantity of elastic 1iose; 75 bund'es of asphalt shingles qu-antity of post, poles and lumber; quantity of wrenches, pliers, chains, elec- tric motors, pumps and many more shoo tools too numerous nvllcina machine; No. 2 electric cream No. 2 hand cream separator; Coal burner heater; CooK5r'aider refrigera- tor; Simplicity wringer Washing machine; 1 15" elec- tric fan; SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION 105 COALDAIE, ALTA. AND ENTERPRISES LTD. "Serving the South by Word of Mouth" For further information Phone 345-3534, or the Owner AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 portable surplus of gas, then their applications should have priority over the Dome pro- posal. Many of the natural gas com- appearing say they feel there is a surplus of gas avail- able and has urged the board to take into account discoveries in the north. In its 1971 decision, the NEB discounted the northern finds on handed down then, the board dismissed three applications for increased natural gas exports saying there were not enough reserves. The NEB uses a formula of 25 times Canadian gas require- ments four years into the future to determine national needs. During the 31 days of hearings summer, the beard refused to change this formula. In addition to the question available reserves, the board I reserves in the area had not must rule on whether or not it been calculated, has jurisdiction over ethylene. Ontario has asked the board to determine if ethylene is an oil or a gas and thus subject to NEB regulation. Dome says ethylene is a man- ufactured product and not a gas and therefore not subject to ex- port control by the NEB. On- Mny-December marriage Leonard W. Corneas, 19, and his bride, Mae Fisher, 72, are settled down in Bakersfield, Cal., follow- ing their marriage. Comeau, a maintenance man ar his ground's the amount of proven 1 wife's boys' hcrne, said in an interview that "age does riot matter If you love a person like I love my wife, that's all there is to it." tario if it is not oil or gas its movement should be con- trolled by the Canadian trans- port commission. has said it considers ethylene an oil for the purposes of transportation through a pipeline and therefore a certifi- cate is necessary from the NEB for construction of such a line. TOKYO (CP1 A new and ambitious round of international trade negotiations opens here Wednesday and the results will lead to many hard decisions for Canada. The meeting here is the for- mal opening of trade dis- cussions by members of the But the Kennedy round cov- ered only tariffs and the agenda for this GATT round is broader. Tariffs and non-tariff barriers to as quotas and li- censing up for discussion. There may be changes in safeguards in GATT rules allowing countries to pro- General Agreement on Tariffs j tect domestic industries threat- and Trade 'GATTi. Canada, like many of the 92 i GATT members, will be rclc- ened by imports. Trade between advanced and underdeveloped countries is years I gated to a role of mainly reac- i sensitive political issus and I ting to decisions by the three trade j major economic i also is on Ihe agenda. European Common Market, the j Industry. Trade and I United States and Japan. Non-, rnerce GATT members, such as China and the Soviet Union, viled to participate. OTTAWA (CP) Newfound- i participants then will go to Gen- land won't reach Alberta s iii agricultural products Corn- Minister Alastair Gil- lespie lead the Canadian be in-1 delegation. I Ke has said it probably will At the opening session, the j take a year before substantive ground rules will be set and negotiations begin. In the mean- present education standards for another 25 years, John Lundn- Twillingate) said Friday in the Commons. Although the island province gives a greater percentage of its total budget to education than any other province, it does not have the revenue base nor the tax dollar to provide all that is required, said Mr. Lun- drigan. He was debating his motion to call a federal provincial conference to discuss education opportunities. Although the motion did not come to a vole, it received verbal suoport of New Demo- cratic and Liberal party mem- eva for a series ot negotiations expected to last at least two years. Headquarters for GATT, established in 1943, is at Gen- eva. This round of trade negotia- tions may turn into a broader restructuring of international relations because it occurs at a TORONTO (CP) Six thou- 1.300 men went on strike at two sand workers at nine Abitibi corapany mills. They were or- Paper Co. Ltd. mills in three provinces will vote this week- end and early next week on a tentative contract settlement reached here Friday between the company and four national unions. The settlement came less dared back to work imme- diately by union leaders when the settlemsnt was reached. Union officials described the inter-1 proposed contract, with in- i cieased wages and fringe bene- fits, as a pace-setter for the in- time when concerted efforts are defined, being made in other areas. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is alternating to reach a new agreement for stabilizing currency values and the Strate- gic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) are aimed at defusing time, the federal government, ALASTAIR GJLLESPIE has promised to consult with provincial governments and with business before taking po- sitions on issues. Thus with si home and a need to vrait for po- i sitions of the maior powers to become clear, the Canadian stance is a long way from being Major WASHINGTON (AP) came than six hours after the first of dustry. The company said it would withhold comment until results of ratification votes are i known. In reaching agreement, the i company ir.et demands on a pension plan and vacation pay, End the unions wilhdrew their proposals in connection with Sunday overtime pay and provi- sions in the accident and sick- Presi-1 Ford and General Motors hard-1 ness insurance plan. military confrontations. The last successful renegotia- tion of relations between maior bsrs. powers was at the Congress of Mr. Lundrigan, a former i vienna in 1815 when the partici- teacher, said Prime Minister! Pants provided for relative T dent Mi-con's ccst-of-living coun- 1 cil ordered on Friday a 10-to 30- I per-ccnt cut in scheduled price i increases for 1974 automobiles. j It also lifted three days early the freeze on beef prices. The council announced est. i These issues had stalled set- Ford's request of a SlOS-a- j Uement. Both sides had agreed KED Tems growers not sallied with the tion are "regressive and reac- i selves for a century. The icprcsentation provided oy on wages and fringe benefits earlier in the 11 days of talks here. Ninety-five per cent of the 000 workers are members of the United Paper Workers Inter- national Union The re- pram for the United States in-! for Ford, 28 per cent for Gen-j mainder are represented by DEEP (CP1 Grain eluding: eral Motors, 27 for Chrysler and three unions who have nego- model increase was reduced to General Motors, from to Chrysler, from to and American Motors, from to 555. number cf major actions under The reductions in the pro- Nixon's latest an'i-inflation pro-1 possd increases are 20 per cent tionary." He said previous federal ad- ministrations have been sym- pathetic to the requests of edu- cationists for more federal in- volvement. But Prime Minister Trudeau has contended educa- tion is strictly responsibility. a provincial Treaty of Versailles at the con- clusion of the First World War was a similar attempt but that accord soon fell apart. This round of trade negotia- grain-handlmg crganizat ions have been advised to consider the Palliser Wheat Growers Association program. The advice was given by food regulations to go 110 for American, into effect along with lifting of! Danlop said one reason for tions follows round, named the after Kennedy the late the price ceilings on beef at midnight Sunday night, instead of Wednesday night as origi- nally scheduled. the Atlantic Richfiel.1 U.S. president, which reduced j tariffs by about, one-third. Our Volvo sedans Lave energy-absorbing fronts, rears and bumpers; anti- intrusion side bars; and six steel pillars holding up their J roofs. To feel secure en the streets, drive a Volvo. DIAL VOLVO Dr. Glen PurneH, deputy min- Co_ has agreed lo suspenc! ster of agricu.tuie, at a i an mc ccnt a inference called oy the exe- lifting the ceiling price on beef early was to head off possible shortages that could have re- sulted in the last few days be- fore the scheduled lifting of the j tiated jointly with the paper worker International Brotherhood of Electrical Work- ers, the International Associ- ation of Machinists and Aero- space Workers, and the Inter- national Union of Operating En- gineers. by cutive committee of the Alber- ta department of agriculture. New legislation, an upheaval in Canadian wheat board auih- crity, about faces in grain po- licy" and multiple rumors of change have left many grain farmers not knowing l an in its wholesale price of gaso- line and two-csnts-a-gallon in- crease in the price of home heating oil. it has directed officials of Exxon Corp. to appear in Washington next week to justify j a proposed increase in their' Cor. 6fh Ave. end 6th St. S. Phone 328-6586 THINK CROSS COUNTRY SKI DIRECTOR REQUIRED A ski ond sporting goods retailer interested in spearheading cross-country program is looking for director. Do you have the teaching and compeiitive experience required to lead a pilot program in a pro- gressive ParticipAction Community? Experience in ski nstruction plus sporting goods retal experience desir- able salary and benefts negotiable. Send details to SKI HAUS T563 Cumberland Square SASKATOON ly where they stand, he said, wholesale price of gasoline of Dr. Purnell admitted his dc- one ccnt a gallon, partment personnel "can't see through the haze created by grain policy emerging from Ottawa. "What's coming out of Ottawa is unclear as to both its inten- tions and implications." The deputy minister said the province has recognized Ihe significance of the work dona by the Regina-based Palliser grcup and has provided a 000 grant for a grassroots mem- bership drive. But he said that while he wouldn't be adverse to seeing a province wide wheat com- modity group form, he didn't want to see a splintering of the farm bloc. temporary suspension of scheduled price increases major tiro, paper, soap and de- tergent companies. it will hold public hearing in two weeks on the proposed price increases by tire', paper, soao and detergent companies, beginning with the rubber industry on Monday, Sept. 39. reductions in proposed price increases by the four ma- jor auto companies. Council director John Dunlop said it will announce a decision Monday on proposed price in- NOW MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loads Carloads truck Scales Magnet Crano Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap is Our Business" LET CUSTOMS MAKE IT EASIER FOR YOU You are entitled to some tariff exemptions if you leave Canada for more than 48 hours t.0 you ii need our I DECLARE" folder. it tells you what you can bring back DUTY- FREE and what you can't bring back at all... It'll save you a lot of trouble and time. Our "I DECLARE" folder is available, free, at: All Customs offices Travel agencies Airports Banks Revenue Canada, Rcvonu Canada Customs and Excise Douanes et AccisS creases by 10 steel companies. The auto price reductions hit ;