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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD Auguir 1973 Xerox brings college to Eernie By NAN'CY MILES Special Correspondent CRAXBROOK ivy- clad halls of academe are in abeyance for the rec- ognized college education will come to East Kootenay in Sep- tember. Kootenay Regional Selkirk College at ivhicli of- fer first and second years ac- ceptable at the three provincial v.ill expand nine basic first year courses at Cranbrcok to students of Kim- fcerley and and at Fernie to qualified junior ma- triculants and designated ture'1 students. Operating in the Jennie Lee Open University British meth- od. East Kootenay enrolment can be full time or and vdll be directly and literally affiliated to the main Selkirk College with closed circuit Xerox auditory and graphic communication tri weekly per- sonal Selkirk faculty sen-ices and complete daily book ser- vice from the Selkirk Library. Local communication termin- ate will be at Mount Baker School at and Fer- nie Secondary where laboratory and study space will be available 4 to 10 p.m.. though the student may study the designated course outline wherever and whenever he or she chooses. Semester September through and Janu- ary through will apply at a course a semester. Ini- tially offered will be traditional and basic mathemat- psychol- Hudson Bay mine company reports earning increase TORONTO Hudson .Bay Mining and Smelting Co. Ltd reports earnings oi .million for the first half of the excluding results of the TVellgreen mine in the compared roth 37.31 million during the dame period of 1972. Per share earnings were si .34 compared to Cl cents. The company closed the Well- green mine July 6 after about IMt years of operation. A com- pany spokesman said the orebody was not profitable be- cause of geological conditions shat were not discovered in ini- tial surveys. The spokesman said profit for the first half included a better- than-expected contribution of S2.7 million from Wellgreen. The year-end report for 1372 showed a loss on Wellgreen of which included de- velopment and an S11.38-miUion profit for the year. The S20.29-million profit for i the. first the Wellgreen i out to a share. A company statement said revenue from sales of zinc and gold rose during the second quarter due to higher metal prices. Revenue from product sales during the first half was million compared with million during the same period i of 1972. Sales of potash i due to increased i the statement said. ogy. and sociology. All are credit courses and successful combinations of any five earns a year's university standing. Courses may be taken toward conventional university degrees at whatever rate the student or by the intellectual- ly curious person who simply wants to know more about tilings. SEMESTER FEE District school board finan- cial responsibility is linu'ted to provision of terminal location and laboratory space for which boards will be reimbursed with per student semester fee. This post secondary educa- tion administration is complete- ly outside school board author- ity otherwise. Selkirk College principal Dr. Bruce Fraser at the session here approving this extension said registration will be Sept. 7 here for Cranbrook anl Kimberley but a Selkirk counsellor will visit the centres mid-August to discuss the project details with inter- ested students. He also speculated on future services expansion of two of Selkirk's post secondary af- Kootenay V o c a tional and Kootenay School of Fine both located at Nel- son. will depend on success of this intial post secondary offer which will require initial- ly only a handful of students. Kootenay Vocational School enrolment now has a backlog to fill its accommodation for the next three school which indicates need for some expansion of facilities in the present locaton or into new additional facilities at a differ- ent Kootenay location. MacLeod's plans M. Members getting EDMONTON Plans for a expansion to MacLeod's warehouse and dis- tribution centres in Edmon- ton and Winnipeg were an- nounced this week. The major portion of the ex- Fingerprint oil KINGSTON. R.I. Re- searchers at the University of Rhode Island say they have de- veloped an effective way to track down the source of oil spills by taking their and running them through a computer. They say the method can pin- point the source of the spill half an hour- Identi- fications now take about a month. Each type of oil has a differ- ent or graph pat- the researchers say. As light is shone through trans- parent material containing a thin film of the a portion of the light spectrum is absorbed. So far the researchers have stored graphs of about 40 oils in a computer. Should a spill oc- a sample can be obtained and its pattern matched with one already in the identifying the specific oil and its they say. pansion be in Edmonton. R. B. president of Gambles Canada Ltd. told a news conference. A square foot dis- tribution centre will be built on a site in the Bona- venture industrial park in northwest Edmonton. rapidly expanding mar- kets in British Colum- bia and the Northwest Terri- tories -will be serviced from this Mr. Sutherland said. SMOOTH FLOW Mr. Sutherland said the ex- ceptional growth of MacLeod's has made the expansion essen- tial in order to maintain a smooth flow of merchandise. MacLeod's operates 266 re- tail hardware 80 cf which are corporatdy owned and 186 franchised dealerships. It is division of Gambles Can- with headquarters in Win- nipeg. which also operat- ed Steadman Stores in is a subsidiary of Gamble- Skogino Inc. of the United States. In addition to the Edmonton facility the company also plans an expansion to the firm's existing Winnipeg centre. The addition will bring that facility to square feet. The Edmonton centre is scheduled to be in operation by mid-1974. OTTAWA With a few notable members of Parliament are hardly material for posters boosting physical fit- i ness. think the job of being an MP doesn't lend itself to much physical activity and most members tend to put on weight and deteriorate says Paul Yewchuk one of seven medical doctors in the Commons. Among the exceptions to the general rule are Prime Minister Tnideau who Finance Minister John Turner or Health Minister Marc Lalonde who play squash George H e e s or Senator Paul Mar- tin who swim year round. But an exercise com- plete with training is almost unused in the west block of the Parliament buildings notes Dr. Yewchuk. also are not in- to use excellent gym fa- cilities located not far from Parliament the Con- servative JIP said in an inter- view. L-I addition to the lack of es- ercise MPs. especially minis- are under a lot of pres- sure. situations where politi- cians have been here for some time holding responsible posi- they are quite likely to be under a great deal of much more than the average said Dr. Yewchuk. could precipitate a heart attack or a I Dr. Yewchuk thinks perhaps the biggest worry for MPs is being re-elected. For a conscientious it can be a fiye-or-six-day week that starts with a committee or answering mail in the morning until the normal adjournment time of 10 p.m. Tues- day and 6 p.m. Wednesday and 5 p.m. Friday. M. auto insurance fraud ring disclosed PHILADELPHIA A insurance fraud ring based on phantom cars has teen disclosed by investigators from state the FBI and insurance com- panies. The fraud involves inventing a. registration number for a non-existent reporting the car stolen and collecting the in- authorities said. Investigations indicate per- haps many as 250 persons using phoney names are involved. Thirty-six arrests have been mcde this but investiga- tors are keeping the identities of the suspects hoping to catch ringleaders. The which began in involves 450 phantom General Motors cars and about million in claims un- wittingly paid by 13 insurance investigators said. Authorities gave this example of how the fraud A person using an alias regis- tered five late-model Pontiacs in the last two receiving properly stamped titles veri- fying ownership at a fictitious Philadelphia aldress. The person somehow received the titles by mail at the ad- insured the re- ported them stolen amUhen col- lected thousands of collars in insurance FASHION clearance PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY LIMITED QUANTITIES MEN'S G.W.G. KNIT SUCKS 99 Reg. G.W.G. Price 9 Polyester slacks in stripes and solids. Colors of Olive. Sizes 28 to 40. Men's Wear Men's Summer Slack Clearance 1O.99 Reg. fo Choose from fortrel no fabric. 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