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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Dcetmbw LETHBRIDQE HERALO-13 Speaking of compacts.... This is probably going too far even for the busy housewife who doesn't want just a basic please. this is a a mini ver- sion developed in California for those who want the thrill of dragracmg without the fire-breathing racers. Valerie Jungck shows how it's done A challenge match between Valerie and Mickey developer of the slingshot ends in the hay for Thompson Valerie went thataway Psychologists reject professional group EFIOI IPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. EDMONTON Alberta psychologists have re- jected a suggestion that they be represented by the Council of Professional Associations on a proposed professional review says Dr A G Scott Dr president of the Psychologists Association of said the suggestion is unacceptable because COPA has a restricted membership and does not represent psy- chologists The recommendation was part of a legislative report on professions and occupations It suggested the council be created to advise government on new legislation and amendments to existing laws Dr Scott said the psy- chologists were rejected by COPA because psychology does not have representation on any university faculty council in Alberta It is classed as a not a faculty Fiedler out of tune BOSTON Arthur conductor of the Boston Pops has been admitted into a hospital for treatment of high temperature and pneumonia A spokesman for New England Medical Hospital said the 79-year-old Fiedler was admitted the day before Christmas and now is in good condition The spokesman said Fiedler should be and around within a few days Alberta Consumer Affairs Branch NEW BOX 1616 ALBERTA________ NEW 2ND PETROLEUM PLAZA 9945-108 STREET T5K 1G8 229-3079 CONSUMER AFFAIRS Energy crisis voted top newspaper story Cuudlu Prets Stall Writer The energy crisis was Canada's top story of say the men who each day deter- mine the a news event should receive It was no contest for the world's No 1 story Despite the outbreak of war in the Middle the end of a war in oil crises almost it was Watergate all the way Everything the president of the United States or didn't or didn't made front-page news throughout the year so it was a shoo-in for Richard Nixon as Man of the Year in the view of Canadian editors Pierre Elliott Trudeau made it again The prime minister was rated the most newsworthy Canadian though not by the landslide margin by which he gained that distinc- tion in 1972 The views are expressed in the annual poll by The Cana- dian Press of member new- spaper editors and news direc- tors of radio and television stations served by CP's sub- Broadcast News Soaring prices of almost everything affected every Canadian adversely during the year the cost of living went up by almost 10 per cent but inflation came fourth in the evaluation of the top domestic story The energy because of its dramatic impact upon a way of life that had been taken for was the editors' choice by a margin of more than four to one The Quebec election result was second and right behind it came the Marten Hartwell story A Liberal victory in the Oct 29 Quebec election had been expected but not even the most enthusiastic supporters of Premier Robert Bourassa thought the party would win 102 of the 110 legislative seats The result was viewed primarily as a vote of con- fidence in federalism over separatism but despite the overwhelming Liberal man- the Parti Quebecois poll- ed 30 per cent of the popular vote It became the official Opposition with six the Parti Creditiste got two. The Union once power- was wiped out Quebec's election beat out by one vote Hartwell's tragic story He was the pilot of a plane that crashed in the sub-Arctic barrens in while on a mercy flight His three passengers died but who suffered two broken ankles and a smashed survived 32 almost incredible wintry days In a statement read to an in- quest Feb Hartwell said he ate human flesh to stay alive Hartwell was named in the poll as the most newsworthy Canadian outside public life He was far ahead of Beryl named in May to head a food prices review board Close behind came Dr Henry ac- quitted in Montreal Nov. 13 on a charge of performing an il- legal abortion He admitted in testimony to having perform- ed between and abortions in two years Mrs who had been president of the Con- sumers Association of Canada and involved in the consumer movement since has been under fire both from con- sumers groups and from op- position members in the Com- mons She has said the board is not designed to control it can only point out areas for action Trudeau and son and any got one vote in this category It was cast before the birth Christ- mas Day of Mrs Trudeau's second two years to the day after the birth of her first Justin Energy Minister Donald Macdonald was the No 2 choice as the most newsworthy Canadian of the year He has announced most of the government's decisions on energy conservation since February long before the Middle East uil em- bargoes and price increases became a world controls were imposed on the flow of crude oil to the United States from Canada Mr Macdonald was fairly close in the balloting to Mr Trudeau The prune minister in 1972 was an 8-to-l first- choice selection over NDP Leader David Lewis who this year placed a vote or two behind Mr Macdonald Watergate the the cover-up and all its other ramifications was chosen by Canadian editors as far and away the world's top story in 1973 VAMTA'S ECONOMY MEATS 904-7thAvMiMS. 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