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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Jinuary 22, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 Dateline Alberta Woman dies in blaze WETASKIWIN (CP) HCMP said the woman wa Laura Heloise Dugger, 63, of found lying .in a bedroom a Wetaskiwin, died of injuries the rear of the unit when fir suffered when fire destroyed of undetermined origi the interior of her mobile started in the front section home. She was taken to hospita Wetaskiwin is about 40 where she died one hour late miles south of Edmonton. of smoke inhalation. Youth to stand trial EDMONTON (CP) John ficer last Nov. 27. Raymond Martin, 18, of A kidnapping charge agains Drayton Valley, Alta., was his brother, Ronald Barr committed to trial on a charge Martin, 21, was withdrawn b of kidnapping an'RCMP of- the held Alberla courl C7 overturns in rectal actual EDMONTON (CP) The appellate division of the Jt Alberta Supreme Court over-CO f turned an Edmonton man's 5 acguittal on a charge of murder Tuesday and ordered EDMONTON (CP) Mr. searches if the police have that he be retried on a e Justice Hugh John MacDonald reasonable grounds for believ- manslaughter charge of Calgary Tuesday reserved ing drugs are hidden within The court ruled that Mr judgment in a case question- the body. Justice David McDonald had l ing whether a policeman can misdirected the jury on legal authorize rectal searches for Mr Reynen's iawyer Burke issues at the murder trial of dru8s- Barker said the court must Michael George Mack, 22. He Justice MacDonald said he decide whether enforcement was charged in connection wanted to review English of narcotics .laws justified with the death of Tony cases before ruling on a civil police "invading" the body of Krevenky at a local trailer suit charging assault, brought a person. court last February. by Russell Reynen, now serv-' ing an eight year prison term for Borrowing problem Court was told it was claims EDMONTON (CP) -Provincial Liberal Leader Nick Taylor told a news conference Tuesday the Lougheed administration is sacrificing agriculture on the altar of an archaic industrial dream. Mr. Taylor said skyrocketing fertilizer, fuel and land prices are placing the province's prime industry agriculture in jeopardy. "The Lougheed administration is sabotaging agriculture, even though Agriculture Minister Dr. Hugh Homer is going around the province like a modern day Johnny Appleseed dispensing benefits." The Liberal leader said it is an "impossible dream" to believe that the province will be able to support petrochemical industries and fertilizer plants, but it appears Premier Lougheed is "opting for a world scale petrochemical industry" which would pre-empt available natural resources. He said the government should ensure that Alberta Contract let EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta Housing Corporation (AHC) announced Tuesday it has awarded the contract for a senior citizens lodge at Manning, to Powell Construction Ltd. of Peace River, Alta. AHC, in a news release, said the estimated total capital cost of the 44-bed lodge was and the contract was awarded at in jeopardy leader farmers can obtain all the fer- buying by Iranian and Italia tilizer they need at normal interests in southern Alberta prices instead of at inflated In a prepared releas world market prices. Tuesday. The Liberal leade If the worst comes, Ottawa also criticized a recen should institute a fertilizer ex- provincial report on foreigi port tax to protect agriculture investment, stating that "w not only in Alberta, but in should accept outside capita Canada as a whole, he said. for areas where we are shor Mr. Taylor called for of funds and where there wil restrictions on purchase of be short and long tern land by foreign investors, benefits." stating that farm land near Foreign investment in. ex Lethbridge is selling for as tractive industries, loan fund much as per acre. He and tourism may benefi also said he knows of recent Albertans, he said. Theatre owners charged EDMONTON (CP) City morality officer. Direct from West Coast recording session. On tour of Western Canada THE JACK DE JOHNETTE TRIO FEATURING JACK DE JOHNETTE (Formerly with drums Miles Davis) PETER WARREN Bass ALEX FOSTER Reeds Thurs., Jan 23, 8 p.m. Leth. Public Library Theatre (Advance Tickets Only) Kellys, (Jesters, Prueggers, House of Books, U of L Student such case in Canada. f 111 1 rhe suit was brought laces school boards against Df. DaVid Antonenko and Constables Jamie EDMONTON (CP) The their creditors for the first Graham and Louis Hudon of president of the Alberta three months of the year, Mr. the RCMP and Detectives School Trustees' Association Bunney explained. Noel Day and Norman Strausz (ASTA) says Alberta lenders The ASTA president who of the Edmonton police. earn more than million a said Education Minister Lou _ year on loans they make Hyndman has indicated the Mr. Reynen has testified he beGause the government is examining the did not consent to the ex- government's fiscal year problem added that one animation and Dr. Antonenko differs from the school solution would be for the said he performed it only boards, legislature to a after being assured by police C. A. C. Bunney of Forest- bill at its fall session that they could authorize such burg) said in an jnterview providing for an advance an examination. Tuesday that school boards January March foundation Elizabeth McFadyen, have been faced with this grant, representing the, RCMP of- borrowing problem for at ficers, argued that unless least 20 years, police had the right to Under law, school authorize examinations, per- boards operate on a calendar sons trafficking in drugs year basis wnile tne provin- would have protection from cial government's fiscal year OAKVILLE, Ont. (CP) the law simply by concealing ends Marcn 31- Boards cannot Wheelabrator Corp. of Canada drugs in a bodily opening be given their school founda- Ltd. has appointed William G. tion grants until the Wilkinson as president. Whee-Speaking for the two detec- legislature passes the educa- labrator manufacturers air lives, J. W. McClung said U.S. tion department's budget, so pollution control devices and courts have permitted such boards have to borrow to pay cleaning of showing an entered the Odeon a Theatn obscene film have been laid about under the Criminal Code seized the film, ratec against the operators of the Odeon Theatre here following restrlcted adult' whlch has seizure of the film Em- been showing with English manuelle. subtitles. Socred candidate named CALGARY (CP) Allen Mr. Howard, a Calgary Howard was nominated by is the 12th Socia acclamation as Social Credit candidate in the provincial Credit candidate to be constituency of Calgary nominated for the expected McKnight. spring provincial election. HUMIDIFIERS 1709- 2nd South Phone 328-5973 TOMORROW BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER! TOMORROW SHELDON'S 12-HOUR PROMOTION SALE! 9A.M. TO 9 P. ONE DAY ONLY-THURSDAY, JAN. 23rd 9 A.M. TO 9 P. Here's another tremendous opportunity for the budget minded mothers of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta to clothe I the family at Fantastic Savings. Don't miss this great Savings Event! LOOK WHAT 00 WILL BUY JEANS AND SLACKS and Girli', Sizn 8 to 18. Kiddie.' 3 to 6x. Including Brind Nimi A _ Wrangler ind Top Gun 4 I I Ladies'Bonanza Shoes Slzaa 5-10 (all Pair Boys' and Kiddies' Runners High and low cut. Pair Ladies'Tee Kay Runners 5-10. Pair I Men's and Boys' Tank Tops, if Girls'Nylon Shell Each............................ Boys'Sport Shirts Long or short alaavaa, parma Each Sport Shirts and T-Shirts Long or ihort 3 to 6. Each Boots Slzaa6to3.Palr Men's Sport Shirts Long or short Each Boys'and Girls'all Leather Shoes Canadian Pair................... Flannelette Shirts Kidditi1 Fill and Winlar. Long item. Ladies'Rain Boots Long Sleeve Turtle Neck T-Shirts m _ Soya' and Qirii', Canadian Mada by 94 Each Shirts and T-Shirts Boya' and Qirla'. Short alamad. 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