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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Thursday, February 14, 1974 Dateline Alberta Provincial judges named EDMONTON (CP) Donald Sinclair Ross, 56, and Dwain Rowe, 33, both of Edmonton, Wednesday were appointed provincial judges. Mr. Ross will sit in Edmonton and Mr. Rowe in Grande Prairie, starting duties on March 1, the government announced. Mr. Ross, a graduate of the University of Alberta, was admitted to the Alberta Bar in 1952. Until June last year, he practised with a firm then known as Wood, Moir, Hyde and Ross. He has recently been associated with the board of review inquiring into the administration of justice in the provincial court. Mr. Rowe is also a graduate of the University of Alberta. He was admitted to the bar in 1964. He practised law at Peace River until 1969 when he commenced a practice at Edmonton. New dean of medicine EDMONTON (CP) Dr. Donald F. Cameron was appointed dean of medicine at the University of Alberta following a special meeting of the board of governors Wednesday The appointment, effective July 1, was recommended by a special selction committee set up to nominate a new dean. Dr. Cameron, an Edmonton native and University of Alberta graduate, was assistant dean and then associate dean since 1962. He will succeed Dr Walter C. MacKenzie, dean of the faculty from 1959 until his recent retirement. Drug charges increase EDMONTON (CP) Police reported today a 100- per-cent increase in drug charges laid in January compared with January, 1973, and they say drug law enforcement is becoming more dangerous. Figures released by the department show charges covering both trafficking and possession of marijuana, narcotics or restricted drugs rose to 101 last month compared with 52 in January 1973. Insp. A. W. Lefeuvre said drug raids increasingly have turned up guns. While there has been no violence so far, that is largely due to reliance on the element of surprise, he said. Alberta Liberals prodded CALGARY (CP) Steady decimation of the federal and provincial wings of the Alberta Liberal party robs the organization of much of its claim to be a party of national unity, labor Minister John Munro says. He warned the Calgary North Liberal Association the province's continual election of solid phalanxes of Conservatives to both government levels does not just hurt the Trudeau administration. The recent voting patterns were "not Provincial insurance department accused EDMONTON (CP) The president of North West Trust Co. said Wednesday the provincial insurance branch did not tell the company that a loan to Cosmopolitan Life Assurance Co. in 1970 was illegal. Instead, Gordon Arnell told a public inquiry into the failure of Cosmopolitan and related firms that the chief examiner for the branch suggested that North West Trust investigate whether Cosmopolitan had the power to borrow money. The chief examiner, Bill McKinnon, testified earlier that provincial legislation prevented an insurance company such as Cosmopolitan from borrowing money on its assets. Mr. McKinnon said the branch was not initially informed of full details of the loan, including Cosmopolitan's lodging of shares of Seaboard Life Insurance Co. CAREERS POSITION AVAILABLE FOR ENERGETIC YOUNG PERSON to learn the cooking trade for our Kentucky Fried Chicken Store. Training program provided for a management position. For appointment phone ERIC SMITH at 328-7756. SVEN ERICKSENS FINE FOODS TAKE OUT PROFESSIONAL CAREER OPPORTUNITY SUPERIOR FORD MERCURY FordMtrcl 2 Vehicle Sales Representatives to hslp IncnMM thelrnow fM unN vohmw 1. per month guarantee 2. AH Company Benefits 3. 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The minority government's record during the last 14 months plus the latest reports from the pollsters point to" solid grounds for optimism that the Trudeau administration will win the next election, he said. of the state department in Washington caused increased dismay at Common Market headquarters, scene of repeated ministerial deadlocks in recent months. The reaction among observers here was harshly scornful. One example was a bitter shout of "Answer the question" as a Common Market spokesman hedged at replying to one reporter's inquiry during a news conference. The questioner sought head- quarters' reaction to the possibility of an eventual British withdrawal from the Common Market raised by Labor leader Harold Wilson's election campaign in Britain. The fruitless demand for an answer, accompanied by jeers from journalists, reflected pentup skepticism in some quarters here over the Market's and with It the future of Western Europe. CAUSES CONCERN Labor troubles in West Ger- many, a country traditionally free of what the Continent usually described as "the English are causing worry in that country and among its neighbors about the general health of the German economy, a pillar for the prosperity of Western Europe. The strikes also have tended to undermine the political strength of Chancellor Willy Brandt, an outspoken champion of greater West European unity. A cause of the West German strikes is the same incessant advance of inflation that has brought economic dislocation and mounting alarm to most of Western Europe. Pleas from Common Market officials in Brussels for a united anti-inflation effort by Community members have sounded al- most as hollow as calls for joint Market action on the energy crisis. Contsc For interview Appointment Fhont 223-3537 Sears Save up to No payment 'til June" Summer's a breeze when you buy your air conditioner Now! Get the best selection at the lowest prices of the year. 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