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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, April 26, 19, 3 call home' appeal issued SAINT JOHN, VB with the theft of "Please call home." a tearful Mrs. Leslie Domincy beseechcd from the Brink's Can- ada Ltd. here during the Easter weekend. ,.v. husband over television Wednesday as an international She also disclosed for the first polict hunt for him and Melvin j time that Brinks had become Edward Downs continued in i aware that something was FACULTY MEMBERS THREATEN BOYCOTT HAMILTON (CP> If Dr. Laurence Cragg, president of Mount Allison University at Sackville, N.B., is presented for an honorary degree at McMaster University here May 26. some members of the McMaster faculty may boycott the ceremony, it was learned today. Dr. Cragg, a former professor of chemistry at McMaster and an authority in his field, has been president of the New Brunswick university since 1962. The McMaster senate decided Feb. 14 to offer him an honor- ary degree but a few weeks later the McMaster Faculty As- sociation asked the senate to withhold the degree until the Canadian Association of Univer- sity Teachers (CAUT) lifts its censure of Mount Allison. The censure was imposed in November, 1970, because the university dismissed a tenured member of its music depart- ment without providing what the CAUT considered was ade- at its Saint John office Sunday night, at least 10 hours before company officials and police managed to get into the vault and determine that money was missing. Mrs. Dominey said she re- ceived a call Sunday night ind an unfamiliar male voice told her where to find the family car and look into the glove com- partment for stashed there. A neighbor recovered the car from an uptown parking lot and quate proof of cause or a fair the money was returned to hearing. t Brinks that night, she said in an Dr. Gerald King, president of interview. McMaster faculty association, At first the company did not said "a reasonable com- WMt to accept it, saying it promise" has been reached on might be her husband's own the matter. But, he said in an m0ney. However, she insisted interview, some faculty mem- alKj they gave her a receipt. bars may still choose to decline an official invitation to the de- WARR XN.TS following afternoon at 4, electrically-oDerated vault advertise- Canada to- the gree ceremony Dr. Cragg, "who holds a PhD in physical chemistry from Uni- and shortly after Can- i ada-wide wan-ants were issued versity of Toronto, joined! __ McMaster in 1943. During the for Dominey, 32 rri rtnrl V a driver- Second World War he gained guard, and Downs, 36. an assist- ant cashier at Brink's. Neither scientific promin-ence for re- search into development of syn-! man been seen since Satui> thetic rubber and later for his, daj studies in polymers. j s car has also been re- covered. Late Wednesday, police re- He left McMaster in 1958 to become vice-president of Uni- ported no new developments in the manhunt which has spread to the United States and South versity of Alberta. He has also served as president of the Chemical Institute of Canada and holds the CIC gold medal j for outstanding leadership in I for "information' leading the professions of chemistry to their apprehension. The ccm- and chemical engineering. i pany announced the rewards in large newspaper ments throughout dav. Mrs. Downs has refused to talk to reporters but Mrs. Dominey, flanked by her two teen-age sons, said in inter- views Wednesday she had no idea where her husband was and "I think I might go crazy." She broke down several times as she told a reporter it was like going through a nightmare. LEFT SATURDAY She said she last saw her hus- band Saturday night about when he took the family car into downtown Saint John from their home on the eastern fringe of the city. He said he was going to have the vehicle's brakes checked. She went to bed early and did not think it unusual when her husband was absent next morn- ing. He often went out early in the day to fish. Mrs. Dominey said she finally called Brinks following dis- covery of the car Sunday night. Asked about the possibility that her husband was kid- napped, she said: "No, I don't think so." The missing money, Canadian currency in denominations of and less, was collected from various New Brunswick busi- nesses for deposit in banks on Monday. Downs had been a Brink's employee for about four years and Dominey had been with the company for about 2i'2 years. SIMPSONS DcdTS Don't mess around defrosting when you can get a Coldspqt Frostless for this low price. 299 Charge it on your all-purpose account Compare the quality features of our lowest priced Frostless: Family-size, 13.7 cu. ft. 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Mr. Masse told an energy seminar held yesterday by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Condi- tioning Engineers that Quebec and Ontario government offi- cials have discussed natural gas supply with the Alberta govern- ment in the presence of federal officials. Both Ontario and Quebec rely Are you dressed to hill., or be killed? NEW YORK (CP) The growing popularity of high- platform shoes is worrying car-safety officials who fear a rash of accidents by "lead- footed" drivers. The Insurance Information Institute warns that following today's high fashion trends can be deadly for the car driver. "Are you dressed to kill or be the institute asks. It syas high-platform shoes, as well as wide-cuffed pants can be "ex- tremely dangerous" while driving. Time tor a nap Sousaphone player Tim Bieronski of the Stanley Park School, Senior Band takes time for a nap be- tween numbers as the band competes in a music festival ot the University of Waterloo. Pay tribute to war dead OTTAWA (CP) Australians and New Zealanders here joined others around the world Wednesday in paving tribute to their war dead. A ceremony marking ANZAC of the April 25, 1915 landing of the Austral- ian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) troops at Galli- poli and held at the national war memorial. on Alberta for their natural gas supply. "We are looking for a way, with Ontario, to pay lower prices for Alberta gas than Americans must Mr. Masse said. He said recent moves by the Alberta government to raise gas prices are "explained by the high prices Americans must pay to get natural gas from Al- berta." The natural resources minis- ter said other Canadian prov- inces should not have to bear the cost of the increase in U.S. demand for Alberta natural gas. He said a meeting earlier this month with Mines Minister Wil- liam Dickie of Alberta had con- sisted of "stating ideas and tak- ing positions." 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