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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Dateline Alberta Two lawyers disbarred EDMONTON The Law Society of Alberta today announced two of its members had been disbarred because of irregularities in their trust ac- counts. Michael Ryan and M. Daniel both of were H. G. society announced. Mr. Field declined to elaborate on the reasons for the disbarrments. The law society is em- powered to discipline its own members but rulings can be appealed to the Supreme Court of Alberta. Bike victims identified CALGARY RCMP Wednesday idemified John D. and Truda both of as the two persons killed Mon- day while riding a motorcycle. Police said their motorcycle glanced off one car and then crashed into a second car. The which caused no in- juries to people in the occurred on Highway about 10 miles south of here. Shootmg charge laid EDMONTON Walter N. of Ed- monton was charged with attempted non capital murder following a shooting incident. Police said Ernest W.. was injured when hit by pellets from a 12-gauge shotgun. He was in serious condition today in hospital. New judge appointed EDMONTON At- torney General Merv Leitch Wednesday announced the ap- pointment of Samuel Alex- ander Friedman as provincial court judge for the city of Ed- monton. Mr. former Alberta deputy attorney has been in private practice during the past year. The appointment is effec- tive August Mr. Leitch said. Two lose their lives GLEICHEN RCMP We'dnesday said an accident Tuesday near this community 30 miles southwest of Calgary had taken the life of a second victim Gary Carlyle of B.C. was killed when the car he was driving collided with a truck. The truck whose name was not released by died Wednesday in hospital at Calgary. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET H L Pre. Lethbridge...... 77 52 Pincher Creek. 74 48 Medicine Hat 79 57 Edmonton 68 51 .05 Grande Prairie 66 48 .20 Banff..........64 48 Calgary............ 73 50 Victoria.......60 49 .26 Penticton....... 63 49 .26 Prince George 59 48 .87 Kamloops....... 64 47 .09 Vancouver.....59 53 97 Saskatoon....... 76 60 Regina........76 59 Winnipeg 81 49 Toronto 86 69 1.30 Ottawa 82 67 .21 Montreal 78 63 .35 St. John's....... 77 42 .85 Halifax........ 76 58 .19 Charlottetown 76 53 1.45 Fredencton ___ 87 57 .25 Chicago 93 72 .01 New York 95 80 Miami.......... 86 77 Los Angeles..... 73 60 Las Vegas 108 80 Phoenix 110 80 Lethbridge Medicine Hat Regions Today. Mostly sun- ny. Wind becoming brisk westerly. Highs near 80. Over- night lows 50 to 55. Friday. Cloudy with scattered showers Highs near 75. Calgary Region Cloudy periods and a few showers. Winds becoming northwest 15 to 20. Highs about 70. Overnight lows about 45. Cloudy with showers. Highs 65 to 70. Columbia Kootenay Regions cloudy with some afternoon sunny periods. A few showers and chance of isolated afternoon and even- ing thunderstorms. Gusty winds with thunderstorms. clearing. sunny with a few cloudy inter- vals. Highs both days in the lower 70s. Lows tonight in the mid-40s. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Fair to partly cloudy today and tonight with chance of few showers north today. Friday partly cloudy east scattered showers west and turning cooler. Highs today 85 to 95. Lows tonight 50s. Highs Fri- day mostly 80s. West of Continental Divide Variable cloudiness with a few showers mostly north to- day and tonight. Cooler Fri- day with showers likely. Highs today 80s. Lows tonight 50s. Highs Friday 70s. CROWN ROCK PICKERS HYDRAULIC DRIVEN ROTARY Now is the time to buy a rotary or the 400 Crown Rock Picker while at SPRING PRICKS See Ken Thompson or Ken Dickson At GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES CoutU Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 Plant tower protester f ruling reserved loses job CALGARY Dave the worker who staged a four-day protest at the top of a 200-foot water said Wednesday that he was dismissed by Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. ior in- subordination. Mr. Schiedel was one of 18 workers who walked off their jobs three weeks ago to protest the company's treat- ment of its 240 workers. The strike was ruled illegal by the provincial Board of Industrial Relations Tuesday. I asked why I wrs fired I was told it was for in- he adding that his Local 635 of the United Rubber was planning to put a grievance on the dis- missal. Bob president of the said most of the striking workers have found tem- porary jobs elsewhere and are making more money. The board said the strike was illegal as there is one year left in the life of the current contract. The 18 workers who walked off were demanding cost of- living allowances and re evaluation of overtime and shift bonuses. WETASKIWIN The Energy Resources Conserva- tion Board Wednesday reserv- ed decision on an application by Calgary Power Ltd. to up- grade a high-tension power line between Red Deer and Edmonton. Dick a spokesman for Calgary said seven interventions were heard by the board three of them supporting the one concerned with compensation and three involving requests to have parts of the line moved. One of the latter requests was made by the City of Red Deer and the Red Deer Plann- ing which said the line should be moved so it could act as an alternate electrical feed to the city. The line now is located just outside that city. Mr. Wilson said the es- timated costs of upgrading the line have been raised to million from the original million estimate. The new if would be built on steel towers placed feet while the current built in uses wooden poles spaced 500 feet apart. Farmers have often com- plained of problems when us- ing large machinery in fields where the poles now are situated at 500-foot intervals. Hi gramps Opposition Leader 'Robert Stanfield is greeted by his three-year-old Benjamin as he arrived at the Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton. Airport security check promised CALGARY Ministry of Transport officials said Wednesday they will investigate reports that air- port security is unsatisfactory at several Canadian airports. The lack of proper security enforcement at Ottawa and Montreal airports was mentioned by several delegates during panel dis- cussions of the third inter- national aviation which ended Wednesday. Most of the complaints related to security measures for crew-members and passengers on non- commercial flights. Delegates said security measures for commercial flights are generally adequate. MOT officials who attended the panel including Walter M. director general of civil aeronautics and national avia- tion security said they will investigate the reports Mr. McLeish said s.uch reports should be brought to the ministry's attention earlier. Delegates who mentioned the lack of security measures at these airports included William chief pilot of Burns Foods Ltd. of Tom transportation director with the Alberta department of industry and and Russell J. Beach of Smith president of the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association. NORTH TRANSPORT There were two panel dis- cussions one on flying in the high Arctic and the other on general aviation or aviation for other than military and commercial pur- poses. Air transportation is vital to the development of the north and its natural said David J. officer in charge of transportation with the government of the Northwest Territories. James Robins of Pacific Western Airlines ui Van- Chuck D. Moir of Northward Airlines Ltd. of Edmonton and Robert N. Englc of Northwest Territorial Airways Ltd. of Yellowknife explained the dif- ficulties of northern flying. Mr. Engle said a survey in- dicated a two-per-cent average return on capital investment for northern operators. Mr. Moir said inadequate profits of northern operations have led to dif- ficulties in financing. Mr. Robins said subsidy is fact of life m Canadian transpor- especially so in the case of northern flying. BETTER PAY Mr. Bailey and other speakers on general aviation said although the corporate pilot is as skillful as the com- mercial airline the latter is enjoying better pay and fringe benefits. He also said corporate pilots often run into problems of getting good ramp and terminal space at airports. A talk on what the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Centre of one of the NASA space has been doing was given by Dr. Christopher C. director of the centre. Dr. Kraft will participate in the activities of the Calgary Ex- hibition and Stampede starting today. The theme of this year's Stampede is Salute to Aviation. Paperworkers on strike at Calgary CALGARY Paperworkers at Domtar Packaging Ltd went on strike Wednesday to back union demands for improved wages and fringe benefits. Eric spokesman for the United Paperworkers International Local said the 105 workers at the box factory were seeking wage increases of 95 cents an hour over a one-year contract. Current wages are between and an hour. George Domtar's Calgary plant said the union representing a 20-per-cent wage was high. he declined to dis- close the company's last offer. Mr. Dahli said the union will apply for a mediation officer to keep contract talks going. GENERATES FAST A single plant of the American ragweed can germinate'eight billion pollen grains in five hours. PORTS OF ENTRY opening and closing Carway 6 a.m. to 12 Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 10 Coutts open 24 Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 9 Kingsgate open 24 Porthill-Rykerts 7a.m. to 2 8 a.m. to 9 Rooseville 8 a.m. to midnight. PRAIRIE DITCHING COMPANY FOR ALL YOUR TRENCHING NEEDS anywhere Phone 327-8280 Kirby commission going to England EDMONTON Members of the three man provincial board of review investigating the administration of justice in Alberta's lower courts will attend an inter- national conference in England this month on juvenile delin- quency. Mr. Justice W. J. C. head of the said Wednesday board members will attend the ninth congress of the Association of Youth Magistrates as observers. They hope to the widest and most authoritative help in formulating their report on juvenile and family courts. That report is expected to be ready by next February. Mr Justice Kirby said that before the end of the year the board plans to complete reports on provincial courts and on native problems related to the court system. Announcement Mr. Jim Quinlan wishes to announce that two well known Lethbridge Mr. Joe Csaki and Mr. Norm Giesbrecht have purchased the Buick GMC Truck dealership at Pincher Creek operating under the name of Jimmie's Service Ltd. Mr. Jim Quinlan is retiring to British Columbia after almost 25 years of ownership. Mr. Csaki who for many years has been associated in the financial field and active in community affairs as a past President of Norbridgp Lions Club and Chairman of Western Hospitality for the 7975 Winter Games plus several other af- filiated organizations will be operating the business. He would like to welcome all area patrons and new friends and acquaintances. THERE'S NO DOUBT ABOUT IT- ON WAGE and PRICE CONTROLS. CANADA DOESN'T NEED IT. THE LIBERALS DON'T WANT IT. Elect SVEN Sven LIBERAL X Inserted by The Lethbridge Federal Liberal Association Phone 329-0224 ;