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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedn.iday, February 12, 1175 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Dateline Alberta Games post for Van Vliet EDMONTON (CP) Maury Van Vliet, dean of physical education at the University of Alberta, was named president of the Com- monwealth Games Founda- tion by a unanimous decision of the organization's board of directors. Dr. Van Vliet had been recommended for the post by a five member selection committee assigned to find a replacement for Alex Fallow, who, announced his resigna- tion as Foundation president last week due to business pressures. The new president served under Mr. Fallow as vice president of sports, medical and athletes village arrangements required for the Games, which open Aug. 3, 1978. Foul play ruled out CALGARY (CP) Police said Tuesday foul play is no longer suspected in the death of a 28-year-old Calgary man whose body was found inside a car Feb. 1, and carbon monox- ide poisoning is believed to be the cause of his death. Howard Douglas Gardner, alias Douglas Myron MacLean, was found dead at 5 a.m. in the driver's seat of a car parked in southwest Calgary. A police patrol car went to investigate as the car was parked there with its headlights on and with its engine running for more than an hour. Fired worker reinstated RED DEER (CP) An Alberta Government Telephones (ACT) employee dismissed last week for mis- appropriation of company property has been reinstated. Fran Lavoy, spokesman for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, said to- day the employee has been reinstated and will be given a lesser penalty, "probably a suspension." He did not in- dicate the probable length of the suspension. The firing of the local employee sparked a one-day walkout by 200 AGT maintenance men and line in- stallers here who thought dis- missal was too severe a penalty. The employee was dismissed for unauthorized in- stallation of telephone equipment. Man died in patrol car CALGARY (CP) Police said Royden Stanley Wilkie, 61, of Calgary, found dead in a police last Satur- day, died of "natural causes." An autopsy report showed he had an acute infection of the pancreas which caused shock. Police said the patrol car picked up Mr. Wilkie, found collapsed and "in an intox- icated condition" in a street in southeast Calgary. On their way back to police headquarters, the constables stopped at a nearby place to investigate another com- plaint. When they returned to the car, they found Mr. Wilkie dead. LARGEST LAKE At 39 feet below sea level, the Eyre, square miles in area, is Australia's largest lake and lowest sea level. Senators' television decision sparks stormy debate OTTAWA (CP) A deci- sion by a Senate committee to allow television cameras into some of its marijuana hearings caused a furore in the Senate Tuesday night, but the entire issue eventually went into limbo." After a stormy 45-minute debate, Senator Goldenberg said in an interview that television cameras will be kept out of the committee's meetings until the matter has been resolved. Television cameras are for- bidden in th.e Senate and Com- mons. Satin Latex Paint Reg. Woolco Price: 7.99 Gal. 2.59 Qt. Q< 2.09 G.I 6.49 2G..11.98 Quality Paints At Special Low Prices Beautify your home, easily and economically with quality finishes. Choose from a wide selection of custom-tinted colours in Interior Latex and Semi-Gloss Enamel at no extra charge. These outstanding values are even greater when you purchase 2 gallons, shop early for best selection. Semi-Gloss, High Gloss and Floor enamel Reg. Woolco Price: 8.99 Gal. 2.79 Qt. 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Deter- mine apparatus-closet space requirements with BICS. 2 MAIN TERMINAL ROOM. We advise on the size and facilities required, based on the number of trunk lines needed to service the total projected occupancy of the building. 3 RISER SYSTEM for multi- storey buildings. Risers, 'panels and closets are deter- mined on the-basis of one phone per hundred square feet of floor space. Risers and panels are preferably located in service areas. 5 EQUIPMENT ROOMS. Most package-type switch- boards require an 8' x 8' x 8' room (or up to 20 trunks and 100 locals. Larger systems must be individually en- gineered. 6 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM! Underfloor ducts or race- ways are determined by one square inch of duct per hun- dred square feel of useable floor area. Overhead conduits are based on communica- tions requirements per hundred square feet. BUILDING INDUSTRY CONSULTING SERVICE CALL COLLECT! Calgary 261-3311 Edmonton 425-4901 pMt in (weft compfete eommuttietthnt ;