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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta H. IHh LEIHBttlDGE HERALD 3 Dateline Aiberta Time ripe for Canada to run own energy show Service centre planned HKI) OKKH (CP) Plans lor a million Albert a-niliH.-i.l jtivici. IK I I UL-lt. alHiUiaitcU I-llUu) In Jin, 1-usU-i. Hcd Doui M1. A and May o r Hoy Mcl.iri.-goi. The centre will house ioCiil tind 101 17 Mr j-'i-.. TU.UM.-I kii UR jji'ujiAt JK- expected 10 be Bailed in late suinmei 01 Carl) lull Koad plan turned down KUCKY MOUNTAIN IIOliSK (CP) Indian At fairs Mmislei Judd Buchanan has mined down a proposal loi a highway through the Howse Pass into British Columbia, Uordon Towers Red Deer MLA. saici Friday Mr. Towers said the highway eould have expanded the tourism industry in that area. Father, daughter killed KKK1NTOSH (CPi A New and his daughter were killed in a two-car colli Mon on a secondary highway neai this central Alberta eom- inuiiily The victiiiis were hanesi Haukedahl. 67, ana his daughter Coial. 2V Their caiwas in a collision wilh a vehicle driven by Ray- mond Dragon ol Wetaskiwm, who is in satisfactory condi tion in hospital Crossing mishap kills man CALGARY (CP) One man was killed Friday night when a ear collided with an eastbound Canadian National Railways freight tiain at a level crossing in Calgary The name of the dead man has not been released. A Calgary lire department icseue officer said the cat was demolished in the crash. Calgary blood supply drops CAI.C.AHY An li.U. aailuluii plpelilu to UiUVv i-Jella and Alaskan natural gas to markets in the United Stales and Canada would be more economical and sensible, Jim Harvie, vice-president wilh Canadian Arctic Gas Pipeline Ltd. ol .v.ld l-'i iday But iiouui Ulan. picMtk-iii ul Alijc-i u: Iju.-. luuiki.nicCu Ltd jl (.'ulfejij. said the- lime ha.} -.oiui tot Canada lu man- age us energy projects with a minimum ol loreign inter- Academic staff gets pay boost EDMONTON (CP; Academic Slali al iht Univer- sity ut Alberta will retx-ive a salai) iiicicase ul about 12.2 pel cent, the uiuversily an- nounced Friday. Part of the agreement negotiated between the board ot governors and the associa- tion ot academic sUif includes a across the board increase eituciive April 1 three months priui to the end ol the present agreement. The balance, a scale Likes effect July 1 The agreeuiuiii covers uiie year. 's company ul) uil tuhadlul, IJelta pipeliiie Speaking Lu the seventh con- gress ol Canadian engineering students, Mr. Harviu said Mackenzie Delta gas is need- ed by the end ol the decade to supplement declining piuduc- i 11 i: jiiveiitiui.di sotiuus, while the U.S is ubo U; geL its 'Su u only makes sense lui oui two countries to co opera lu in a single pi oject thai will best meet the needs ol both nations he said. A r c t K o ,i.-, v, o u 1 d lilt tlullhJJUl- lalion by combining the flow of gas from both the Mackenzie! Delta and the North Slope of Alaska through a single pipeline." Ai die Gas a consortium of i.i U S dllU CuIUiUK... is pi a fi biiihin (iuo-ahlc pipehut- tu -n and uiih completion scheduled tor Mr. Blair's company with- drew Iron) the consortium last Vt-ai ntul lugi-ilin vMili vVest Co.iSl Co. Ltd ol Vancouver, proposed a smaller pipeline to move only Mackenzie Delta gas primari- ly to Canadian markets at about half the cost of the Arc- tit Gas project i be r la G a j 1 i i. .1 k wiiimivw from Aiclu because an uii I, unddiaii pipeliiiu--soiiietniieb ieicried to as ihe Maple Leal Pro- ject-would serve Canadian needs better, he said. Mi Blair said foreign domi- iiiitH'i, uu UK duui uii ihUu.iu> in a 'lotonial and biancli-ollice status." Mr. Harvie- said that although the Arctic Gas pipeline will be jointly owned, "Arctic gas is still very much a Canadian project iliat Cana uiar. uliAM.-! .ui, take- pude in Cunadi.iii.-i mUil end up A'Uii at it. us I Oi iciii ul the liquids JIG: Uim ol the line Mr. Harvie said in building a Mackenzie Delta pipeline, consideration should be given to "what is best lor Canada as a whole, not just what is best tor a specific province or region or company." But Mr. Blair, whose com- pany's pipeline proposal has the backing of the Alberta government, said Canadian needs cannot be served if "ultimate decision-making is oulside the country." He said Canada is able to finance most of its energy projects with Canadian capital. HE LIVED UP TO HIS WORD preliminary hearing Feu CALGAKY (CP) A man whu once said il he was let oui ol jail on bail he'd never be seen again lived up to his word when an assault charge brought by him against a (Jalgaiy poliee otticer had to be dropped because the complainant had disappeared. Judge Fred Thurgood dismissed the assault charge against Constable Douglas Haddow alter the man who laid the charge, Hoy Melvin Lalrance, could not be found. He was treed earlier on his own recognizance alter being charged in Lethbridge with lape. He is to appeal there for 14. Crown counsel Hajendra Sood said Lafrance "completely disappeared" aftei he was freed Iroin jail on his own recognizance. Mr Sood said Lalrance told others earlier that if he was ever let out on bail "that's the last anybody would evel see of him" and he added "ho was let out on bail and that's the last anyone evei saw ol him." Latrance is being sought on an Alberta Supreme Court warrant after he tailed to appear Monday to iaee charges of indecent assault. Tories far ahead in candidate race KDMUiYi'UiN (CP) The governing Progieasive Conservative party is tar ahead ot [he opposition in nominating candidates loi the piovincial election in Alberta expected this year Party olnciala say the last ol the 75 candidates will be nominated Feb 111. That com- pares ivith eight candidates nominated so far by Social Credit, the official opposition parly in the legislature. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic 303 5lh Slreol Soulh Motcalf Building PHONE 328-7684 Mortgage firm penalized CALGARY (CP) All elec- tive surgery at Calgary hospitals was cancelled effec- tive Friday because Red Cross blook bank reserves tell to 1UO piiils; about a quarter of the normal inventory. Robert Richardson, blood donor reci uilment committee chairman, said enough blood is available for emergency surgery but elective operations have been indefinitely cancelled. UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Weather Molnar named to U of A posl EDMONTON (CP) The University ol Alberta an- nounced Friday the appoint- ment ot Dr, George Molnar. 52. as chairman ol the depart- meni ot medicine. Dr Molnar, who giadualed tiom the university, replaces acting chairman Dr. B. J. Sproule July 1. CALGARY (CP; A Calgaiy mortgage company Friday was ordered to indem- nity a Calgaiy couple on a loan in which they were charged nearly twice the stan- dard inteiest rale. Mi Justice Hugh John MacDonaki of the Alberta Supieme Court ordered Mid- lovvn Mortgage and Loans Ltd to give Abiaham and Maiy liroeker relief under the Unconscionable Transactions Act. Mr Justice Mac-Donald described the interest rate on a second mortgage obtained by the couple "entirely beyond a person of very modest means and calculated to take advantage of the unin- formed and unwaiy Midtown was also ordered 10 pay court costs. The justice said "Ihis transaction 1 feel SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET II L Pie Lelhbridge..... -15-27 Medicine Hat -16 -27 Pincher Creek -13 -27 Calgary........ -13-31 The Winnipeg weather of- fice advises that the temperatures and precipation table is not available today- due to mechanical difficulties. Athens London Amsterdam Brussels Madrid Moscow Slockholm Tokyo Hong Singapore FORECAST: Lethbridge Today sunny Winds northwest 15. Highs near 10 below. Sunday a few clouds. Chinook winds near the mountains during the afternoon. Lows 20 to 25 below. Highs near 5 below ex- cept neai 20 above in the chinook Medicine Hut Today sun- ny. Winds northwest f5 and gusty. Highs 15 to 20 below. Sunday a few clouds. Lows 20 to 25 below. Highs fO to 15 below. Calgary Today mainly clear. Winds northwest 15 but occasionally gusting to 25 to 30. Highs 10 to f5 below. Sun- day increasing cloudiness. Winds shifting to southeasi 15 Lows 20 to 25 below. Highs neai 10 below. Columbia Kootenay Mostly sunny and cold today. Highs f5 to 25 except zero to to above in the east. Tonight and Sunday, clouding over tonight wilh occasional snow by mor- ning. Noi quile so cold. Windy at times. Lows 10 to 15 except near 5 below in eastern areas MONTANA East of Continental Divide Scattered light snows most- ly west and south today diminishing winds. Clearing and very cold tonight. Increasing cloudiness Sunday with southwest winds develop- ing along the cast slopes of the 1 IriivprsiIv Rockies. Highs today zero to "CI SIIJ 10 below south 10 below to 20 below north. Lows tonight 20 below to 30 below north 10 below to 20 below south. Highs Sunday 5 below to 15 below- northeast zero to 15 above- west and south. West of Continental Divide Scattered light snows most- ly south today diminishing winds. Clearing and colder tonight. Increasing cloudiness Sunday. Highs today 5 to 15. Lows tonight 5 below to 15 below zero. Highs Sunday 10 to 20. Dr Molnar's internship was taken al the University of Alberta Hospital from 195f to 1962 and he continued m inter- nal medicine with a residency at the Mayo Foundalion in Minnesota from 1952 to 1955. In 1956, Dr. Molnar received a doctor of philosophy degree trom the University of Minnesota. He then joined the staff of the Mayo graduate school ol medicine at that un- iversily and now is professor of medicine al the Mayo Medical School, consultant in the Mayo clinic's division of clinical endocrinology and director of the diabetes, obesi- ty and hypoglycemia clinics. Teacher reinstated and given warning HIGH LEVEL (CP) Noel Power, a teacher in this northern Alberta community aboul BOO miles north of Ed- monton, was reinstated to his leaching dulies Friday and given a warning from a specially appointed board of inquiry. Mr. Power, who leaches al the community's only public school, was suspended from teaching Dec. 19 for allegedly giving three girl studenls wine following a banquet on school premises Nov. 2. He was latei fined for giving alcohol to minors. He pleaded guilty to the Liquor Aci violation. was so harsh and uncon scionable fiial Midtown should be penalised costs. The Kroeker's had obtained an mortgage in 1971 and were charged a bonus because of what the company said was a bad credit rating The judge said there was no evidence to support the claim ol a poor ciedii record. The interest rate explained to Ihe couple was 21 per cent, but the aclual interest rate was 30.5 per cent. "He (Kroeker) felt the company was in ihe mortgage business and he could trust it." said the judge, "ft is ob- vious that the couple placed themselves entirely in the hands of Midtown, trusting the transaction would be fair because Midtown was known for its television advertising.'' NDERSON iGENCIES lifflDHb CgDHR HOmiS LTD 524 23rd St. South, Lethbridge We'll show you how you can have a quality kiln diiea Canadian Cedai Home that is last, easy to assemble and save hundreds of dollars, too. If you can't, come in, send for your Lindal 44-page Color Plan Book Brifignic, nature (and savings) home. 524 23rd St. S., Lethbridge, Alia. Phone 329-3013 Enclosed in 51 loi my Lindal Cedar Homes Planbook. Pluti 50e lor [nailing tal class. NAME ADDRESS CITY AREA CODE PROVINCE PHONE LIMITED TIME 5% Discount On Spring Orders A Complete Real Estate and Insurance Service FOR YOU! FIRE AUTO BONDING 415-3rd AvenueS. LIFE LIABILITY PENSION Lethbridge IT'S ON Our CATCH-UP 75 SALE We're selling all our new 1975 AMC cars at over our cost al UNITED MOTORS CO, LTD, "Serving you over a quarter Century" 302 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-2805 Tile Alheria Moioi As.iuua tion reports that as ot It a.m.. S a t n r d a y, a 11 r u a d s in Southern Alberto dry. arc and PORTS OK ENTRY opening and closing times: Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Chief Mountain, closed; Coutts open 24 hours; hoi liomta i) .1 iv ti- 5 ;i n; 24 -kui't.'- i 2 .1 il. H' v'fl'... a in. Mountain in committee report EDMONTON (CP) An internal report on Ihe University ot Alberta says the List for 1 975 Offioe Needs! iversuy has failed lu Staples fj Insulated Filing D File Folders a working set of goals, Paper Clips Cabinets n Business Envelopes poses and roles, and (hat undergraduate education is being neglected because Bull Dog Clips Q Vertical Guides d Adding Machine Rolls G Clip Boards a Hanging Files O Adding Machine Ribbon emphasis on graduate Arch File Boards n Floor Safes D Typewriter Ribbon and Steno Note Book Q Typing Stands D Telex Paper Speedy Memos Q Wall Sates D Card Cabinets The report, by a Garage Work D Steno Desks n Index Cards oi the university's Q Executive Desks D Index Guides (acuities council, says Continuous Forms D Cnair Mais u 1975 Calendar Refills because ol heavy Continuous D Typewriters O 1975 Diaries support to graduate Machines Portable Electric D Desk List Finders and research, financial pel Statements D Electric and Retilis student allocations for Sheet Protectors Calculators D Papei Cutters giaduates may not even be at the level provided for Figuring Pads D Steno Chairs D Postal Scales high school students Asso Fasteners D Executive Chairs D Bond Paper Acco Binders D Stacking Chairs D Onionskin Papei Although Data Processing G Reception Chairs D Canary Second increased from 3.800 D Pencils Sheet Paper in 1.955 to 18.000 studenls Brief Cases D Pencil D Duplicating Paper 1970. the university's size Underarm Sharpeners D Duplicating Stencils not the cause of its Cases D Ball Pens d Duplicating Fluid the report Attache Cases D Felt Pens LJ Mimeograph Paper Rotary Files Q Ledger Sheets D Mimeo Ink "Rather, the failure ol Ihe university to develop a logical, self coherent set Receipt Books Q. Ledger Binders O Mimeo Stencils D Loose Leaf D Ledger Indexes D Copysetts goals to handle its D Columnar Pads D Typewriter Carbon Paper functions is the 2 Hole Punches n Columnar Sheets D Pencil Carbon Paper 3 Hole Punches D Columnar Books D Carbon Rolls Desk Blotter Sets D Post Binders D Typing Erasers The report says U of Letter Trays D Time Books D Correction Fluid board of governors, with its faculty, student and public representation, should be Desk Organizers D Payroll Books D Correction Tape D Posting Trays D Inventory Pads D Scotch Tape body responsible for a Waste Baskets D Transfer Cases n Rubber Bands sion on a set of goals and Filing Cabinets LJ Binding Cases D Staplers jecdve.-, loi the out order desk or have one of our salesman call! Lack of clear cut objectives leaves Ihe government with no alternative but to STATIONERS LTD. hiidgclaiy cms when it Furniture Office machines Sales and Service il ii i; >in, 13 SOUth lu. llii-x (Ik C; 1 io, Cui.' jn Run to the Sun Winner Mi. Peter Sereni, (Right) General Manager of Towne Country Furniture 542 13th St. North is presenting the 'Run to the Sun' Hawaiian Trip for Two to Mr. Mrs. Alan Ulrickson of 1913-21st Avenue North, Lethbridge. Deputy Mayor Mrs. Vera Ferguson drew the lucky ticket on Tuesday, December 24th, 1974. FOR SALE BY OWNER Less than 1 year old, 3 bedroom split entry, 2200 square feet, approx. 1680 sq. ft. developed baths, 2 fireplaces, developed rumpus room, carpeted throughout, carport, underground sprink- lers, landscaped, ultra large patio, large outdoor childiens aiea, 2 tock gardens, 20 ft. diameter out- door open pit barbecue, sun deck. Price includes draperies in living room, electric1 range, built in dishwasher, gas barbecue. Price mortgage at Present owner prepared lo carry small 2nd mortgage. 1402 Aspen Place fh.ir.o 329-4084 or 329-4474 ;