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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, April 9, 1974 Dateline Alberta Hockey fan reprimanded (CP) Dellaid George St Louis 17 ol Westlock was given a conditional discharge in piovincial judges court Monday after being "told hockey fans have no business becoming involved in pla; er disputes Judge Ken Plomp a former hockey player heard evidence that two plajers were involved in a scuffle moments before the end of a game in February Ronald Sander 15, was punched in the eye and testified that he still suffers occasionally from double vision as a i esult of the blow Teenage death toll up CALGARY (CP) The traffic death rate for Alberta teenagers rose eight times after the province reduced the legal drinking age in March 1971 says a report Statistics Canada The report savs three drivers aged 16 to 19 died in traffic accidents during the first three months of 1971 It savs 23 people in that age group died during the following three months after the legal drinking age was reduced to 18 In the first three months of 1971 11 per cent of the total number of drivers who died in traffic accidents were teenagers but the figure rose to 25 per cent after the drinking age was reduced Kunoff signals flooding EDMONTON (CP) Runoff which could lead to flooding in Alberta should begin in large quantities near the end of this week if high temperatures continue to reach the 45 to 50 degree lange the environment department said Monday The department said in its weekh flood forecast that the high runoff is expected north ot Red Deer as the result of winter snows which exceeded the annual average by as much as 80 per cent The timing and duration of the flows will depend on the temperature The greatest danger was expected along the VermiLon Paddle Pembina and Sturgeon rivers Pine Creek and m flood prone areas around Grande Prairie Fairview Rvcroft Whitecourt Coronation and Cold Lake No cheap jeeps or motorcyles OTTAWA (CP) Despairing officials of Crown Assets Disposal Corp moved Mondav to debunk what they sav is a longstanding belief ,here is such a thing as a t'-nment surplus jeep or motorcycle Tirei of con artists and -idieulous inquiues officials jsked a reporter to get the truth to the public Thev said over the years people have been bilKed by con men selling new jeeps and motorcycles allegedly still in their crates as government surplus for the ridiculously low price of or so A new jeep costs about The officials moved after receiving a telephone call from the Canadian embassy in Washington Friday saying a man was inquiring about a large number of surplus jeeps said to be on-sale in southern Ontario Crown Assets is the agency responsible for disposing of equipment that is surplus to government needs It has gross sales of more than million a year The calls we get about jeeps is unuehevable, said P Chamberlain, who is in charge of selling much of the goods the agency handles Everybody in Canada wants o jeep TOOK DOWNPAYMENTS Officials say that in recent years a con man operating in southern Ontario collected S28 000 m downpayments on allegedly new surplus jeeps He now is in jail Another in Toronto took ad- vance orders for Jeeps and disappeared A third in Montreal drove a buyer past a lot containing 35 Jeeps and took a downpaymerl of on them before disappearing A lourth operating in the Hull area tooK down pay ments on S100 Jeeps alleging he had an option on 800 of them fifth arrived in Ottawa and advertised Jeeps m local newspapers He disappeared when Crown Assets made inquiries At the same time there are about 3 600 persons across the country who have expressed interest in acquiring surplus Jeeps This list will increase when the word gets out that this year there probably will be 600 700 of the vehicles on sale Jeeps usually go for between and each As for motorcycles Crown Assets nab about 10 a year to dispose of and these fetch about each overtures rejected EDMONTON (CP) Workers at Gulf Oil Canada Ltd s Edmonton refinery have rejected a bid by the International Union of Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers to become bargaining agent at the retmery The OCAW s certification bid was turned down in a vote supervised by the Alberta Labor Relations Board G C Docken, refinery manager, says the refinery's 157 hourly oaid employees will continue to be represented by local 501 of the Gas and Oil Union of Alberta, a provmcially based union which also represents employees at the company s Calgary asphalt plant and a number of natural gas processing plants in the province Landlord, tenant bill introduced VICTORIA (CP) The British Columbia government introduced landlord and tenant legislation Monday which includes provision for a so called rentalman to control rent increases and arbitrate landlord tenant disputes The Landlord and Tenant Act states that the provincial cabinet may, upon the recommendation of the rentalsman, prescribe allowable rent increases for different types of residential premises in the province If a landlord imposes a rent higher than the allowable rate, and a tenant or an organized group of tenants objects the landlord will have to justify the rent increase to the rentalsman Until the legislation becomes law and the rentalsman has been appointed the regulations in another piece of legislation will be in effect placing an eight per cent ceiling on rent increases this year retoractive to Jan 1 Attorney General Alex MacDonald told a news conference he hoped the landlord and tenant legislation would be in effect earlier than the six to eight month deadline he had set last month LIMITS INCREASES The bill states that no landlord shall increase the rent during the first yeai of occupancy by a tenant and after that only once a year with three months notice Two more candidates enter race Battle lines drawn for French election Casserole sparks riot An innocuous casserole of macaroni, cheese and ham touched off a four-hour rampage at the Regma Correctional Institute. No one was reported injured in the disturbance, although an estimated damage was done to the institute Officials said some of the men complained about the casserole supper, while others complained because they could not get second helpings At noon they had beef PARIS (Reuter) Battle lines for the French presidential election were drawn Monday with Finance Minister Valery Giscard d'Estaing entering on the right and Socialist party chief Francois Mitterrand on the left Giscard d'Estaing, 48, France's economic wizard, became the third candidate from the government majority, increasing the strains now tearing at Gaullist ranks He portrayed himself as the late president Georges Pom- pidou's personal choice for the succession and sought to place himself above party and ideological bickering By contrast, the 57-year-old Mitterrand became the candi- date of the French left, in- cluding socialists, Communist and left-wing radicals, for the first round of the election May 5 The congress unanimously supported Mitterrand who won 45 per cent of the presidential vote in an unsuccessful runoff against Gen Charles de Gaulle in 1965 Giscard d'Estamg-appealed directly to French voters, ex- cept hard-core supporters of the Socialist-Communist left, to carry him to the presidency at the head of a new, enlarged government majority HEIGHTEN STRESS But despite Giscard d'Estaing's entry into the presidential battle, his candidacy is certain to aggravate the stresses within the current Gaullist-led majority Pitted against him on the government side are Gaullist former premier Jacques Chaban-Delmas his arch- rival, and liberal Gaullist Edgar Faure, who announced their candidacies almost simultaneously three hours after Pompidou s burial last Thursday The proliferation of major candidates on the right raised fears among government sup- porters that Mitterand will win in the first-round voting May 5 If no candidate gets a majority, a runoff between the two top men will be held May 19 The finance minister, first brought into government by de Gaulle 12 years ago, joined the struggle fully awaie that Chaban Delrnas had only Sunday received support of the Gaullist UDR party Giscard d'Estaing promised that as president he would pursue Pompidou's goal of achieving full European union by 1980 and would maintain France's independence of all powers We Will Be In Your Corner NOOK OPEN SOON! 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