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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta juiy me Lcinoniuuc netiMLU Dateline Alberta MacEwan will teach CALGARY The University of Calgary announced Wednesday that former Lt -Gov. Grant MacEwan of Alberta has accepted a position as professor of history beginning Sept. 1. He will teach a year-long history course about the exploration and settlement of the prairies. Dr a noted historian who has written 21 retired last month after years as the Queen's representative in Alberta Dugout claims life HANNA RCMP reported Wednesday that Earl of the Spondm drowned Tuesday night while he was working on a farm in the area The horse he was on went into a dugout holding more than 12 feet of water and started to go down. Mr. Duce got off the which also but could not make it to shore. Murder charge reduced CALGARY A non- capital murder charge against Leonard Harvey of Kamsack. Sask was reduced to manslaughter when he appeared in provincial court Wednesday Kitchemonia was arrested in B C 10 days ago He was wanted by police since Nov after the body of Donald Edward of was found at a city railyard Kitchemonia was remanded to Aug. 1 4Boxes in the sky' EDMONTON Sociologist James Montgomery of Virginia called Wednesday for of high-rise apartments architects do is put people in clean boxes in the the 60-year-old housing expert said in an interview haven't humanized apartments They just build those boxes and move people expecting everything to be all right just can't do it that way Boyd named chairman EDMONTON Kenneth Boyd of a former has been named chairman of the province's new Land Compensation effective Aug Attorney General Merv Leitch announced Wednesday The board was established by the legislature this year under the Expropriation Act to replace the Surface Rights Board. It fixes compensation for land expropriations Mr was born in Calgary After being admitted to the he joined Texaco Exploration Canada Ltd where he held management positions He left Texaco to enroll in a bachelor of education program at the University of Calgary GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE Pincher Creek Medicine Grande Prince Winnipeg St Lethbridge Medicine Hat Regions Today Mostly sunny this morning Isolated thundershowers this sftprnoon Highs 70 to 75 Friday Mostly sunny and mild Lows near 55. Highs 70 to 75 Calgary Regions Today Mostly cloudy with showers A few thundershowers this afternoon Winds northwesterly 20 Highs 70 to 75 Friday Mostly sunny Lows 50 to 55 Highs 70 to 75 Columbia Kootenay Today Sunny with afternoon cloudy periods Chance of a few showers or thundershowers in the Columbia district Highs 70 to 75 in the Columbia district and 80 to 85 in the Kootenay Lows overnight near 50. Friday Sunny Highs 75 to 80 in the Columbia district and 85 to 90 in the Kootenay. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Sunny and warm today and Friday Gusty winds at times Highs both days 80 to 95 Lows tonight 45 to 55 West of Continental Divide Sunny and warm today and Friday Highs both days 80 to 90 Lows tonight 40s. CLOSED FOR STOCK TAKING JULY 29th-30th AND 31st Bargain prices on many items before stock taking. Buy now and save on farm equipment. Open Again Aug. 1st GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutte Hlnhway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 Alderman badly shaken after bribery attempt 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. EDMONTON The wife of a city alderman Wednesday told a judicial inquiry investigating allegations of bribery attempts that when her husband emerged from a meeting with a contractor was grey ashen Pamella Fallow said her was being rude to the visitor in their home as he escorted him to the door Aid. Fallow said nothing to her at the time about the she said But the inquiry was their 20-year-old persistently asked his father about the meeting with Raphael Ghermezian Roderick said his father leaned against a closet and announced- just been offered a small held up four fingers and I said He said 'a little higher' and I said and he said said 'Oh Jesus I think I asked him 'you didn't take did you9 and he said 'no' Mrs Fallow said she later asked her husband what he had done to deserve such an offer from Mr Ghermezian She quoted Aid Fallow as saying seems to think I spearheaded a vote on council that nad to do with some property for a shopping centre I said 'did you9' and he said 'I voted in favor of the motion because I thought it was the thing to do' I said 'you didn't and he said of course not' and I remember how relieved I was that he didn't take it Mayor Ivor Dent told the Income tax dodgers are fined LACOMBE Five men involved in operating a local restaurant from 1970 to 1972 weere fined a total of for income tax evastion in provincial court here Jim Shing Tony and Gordon all of were fined each for evading taxes on unreported income during the three-year period King of Calgary was fined for evading taxes on unreported income and Jim Shek Jim of Lacombe was fined for evading taxes on unreported income inquiry he believes Aid. Fallow told him he was offered a the day after the alderman says the meeting with Mr. Ghermezian was held But on Aid. Fallow said he told the mayor of the offer six days after the meeting Aid. Fallow's disclosure of the offer led to the calling of the being held under Mr Justice William Morrow of the Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories In earlier Aid Fallow said Mr. Ghermezian had told him he was offered in appreciation for his favorable vote on a rezonmg application for the Westgate Shopping Centre The Ghermezian brothers had been seeking the the inquiry was told Mayor Dent said that when Aid. Fallow told him of the he advised him to go to the police Asked why he did not investigate what Aid Fallow was doing about the the mayor said that week Jan 12-19 was of the more difficult weeks in my career as mayor The mayor said the problem arose in the midst of a strike of city bus drivers and while he was trying to find someone to lead a city delegation to the Commonwealth Games in New Zealand. The mayor had been planning to go himself as preparation for the 1978 games in Edmonton Mrs. Fallow told the inquiry how she came to accept a mirror from the Ghermezians. She said she and her husband were invited to a private dinner party at Eskandar Ghermezian's npartment. After the Eskandar's walked into the room holding a mirror and offered it to her. said no' but I was afraid not to take it I figured it was a custom so I accepted Welfare caseload drops EDMONTON The city's welfare caseload declin- ed 27 per cent during says the annual report of the Edmonton social services department The report cited the buoyant economy and liberal un- employment insurance policy provisions as being responsi- ble for a year-end caseload of than half that active two years ago Fresh vegetable board favored EDMONTON Alberta vegetable growers have voted in favor of establishing a fresh vegetable marketing board in the province. A provincial government spokesman said Wednes- day that 68.1 per cent of the registered producers who took part in the balloting were in favor of the board Industry spokesmen say the board will attempt to improve the prices that growers receive. Gas pipeline ruptures under Alberta river JASPER A pipeline carrying natural gas ruptured under a fast-flowing river but is not causing any pollution a spokesman for Northwestern Utilities said Wednesday The rupture under the Athabasca River at a place called Disaster Point caused reduced natural gas pressure in heaters and fur- naces at and there was a possibility that the whole four-inch line might break an emergency propane supply was being brought in When mixed with the propane could be used in appliances designed for natural gas. The spokesman said the break occurred because the river eroded the ground around the pipe A bypass was being constructed. Police car bomber jailed B.C. Cecil Robert Hamilton was sentenced Wednesday to three years in jail after pleading guilty to bombing a police car. The charge was laid after an empty police car was bombed outside Creston RCMP head- quarters April 3. A second charge of making a threaten- ing phone call was withdrawn Hamilton will serve his sentence at the B.C. Peniten- tiary DON'T GIVE US A VACATION Supplies PRAIRIE DITCHING COMPANY ________Lethbridge Phone 327-8280________ WANTED POOLE ENGINEERING TANDEM GRAVEL TRUCKS GOOD RATES Lethbridge 6th Ave. S. Project Phone 328-1610 or Abe Hiebert 328-4406 After Hours MAC All Remaining FISHING TACKLE All BASEBALL or SOFTBALLS All Remaining GOLF SUPPLIES during the tiiree-year period Mack was fined Shinj Lee was fined Lee wa fined Gordon Leung wa fined and Jim Shek I BALL GLOVE 5 Expansion trap assorted tm 3 H colors. RH-LH throwers 1 1 i Reg 13.99 SPECIAL 1 W Leung was fined i Road closed in B.C. OUTSIDE CROSS-FRAME TOURIST TENT Orange blue m walls Full size canopy 3' wide. Reg 66 95 SPECIAL TACKLE BOX 2 tray ROO Rpg fl V VICTORIA Fraser Canyon section of thf Trans-Canada Highway SPIN CAST REEL m nn Match 670 1 Reg 6 49 SPECIAL Hen s uate win oe ciosec weekdays from 5 30 a m starting Aug. Minister Graham Lea announced MEN'S PIN HI 7 PCE. GOLF CLUB SET Right Hand. XfUU Reg. 49 95 SPECIAL V I The to last unti will allow early-morning blasting anc removal of more than GARDEN HOSE 50' vinyl. OOO Reg 4.75 SPECIAL W tons of rock from the bluffs above the highway. The road between the wesl portal of Hell's Gate Tunnel and the aerial tram parking lot will be closed to prevenl traffic from getting through during the blasting GARDEN HOSE 000 Reg 445 SPECIAL V OSCILLATING LAWN SPRINKLERS _nn Waters up to sq.ft. Reg. 7.39 SPECIAL U LAWN SPRINKLER WE'VE MOVED QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY up to AAA sq.ft. 1 IIUU Reg. 1495 SPECIAL IV GARDEN HOSE REEL QQA Reg. 11.50 SPECIAL O Certified Mechanic 303-Sth Street So. Metcell o AGO J 31.95 SPECIAL DELUXE CONVERTIBLE BICYCLE INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 1911 Lower Floor 4th Ave. S. Phone coaster AAA chrome-plated fenders. Reg. 57.95 in box GIRLS' or BOYS' HI RISE BICYCLE Banana-type m AAA complete with kickstand. Reg 54.95 in box I CHILDREN'S SWING SET Consists of 2 AAAfl teeter-totter swing. VI BJ Reg 2895 SPECIAL faW SWING SET 2 teeter-totter lawn swing. 4 fW Reg 51 95 SPECIAL 1 9 CLUB GOLF BAG 11100 Reg. 1499 SPECIAL 1 U VELVET PAINTINGS 4 Ann 1 UUU Reg 3295 SPECIAL 1 9 Reg. 6 95 SPECIAL TABLE or SWAG LAMPS Assorted styles and colors Reg 29 95 to 36 95 AAOO each SPORT AND DRESS SHIRTS 1 Assorted colors and long or short sleeves Reg. 4 99 to 5.49 ooo SPFCIA' 3 6.99 XOO SPFCIAL tf 8.87 SPECIAL 5 NYLON JACKETS COO 1 Assorted colors. Reg 8 00 SPECIAL U MEN'S GOLF JACKETS COO Assorted colors ImilU Reg. 8 69 SPECIAL U MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS AA BB Assorted styles and colors. Reg 7 99 SPECIAL w Reg. 19.95 to 24.99 each SWIM TRUNKS AAA Assorted colors and styles. Reg 4 49 to 4 99 SPECIAL W MUSHROOM LAMPS Assorted colors Reg 3 SQUALL JACKETS AAA E Assorted JVV colors CLEARING U MISSES' ASSORTED SLACKS COO 1 Reg 7 99 SPECIAL V MEN'S CASUAL PANTS Assorted styles and size range. Reg. 16.99 pair plaids Broken SUMMER COATS OOO Assorted styles and colors. 1 Reg 21 99 to 27.87 SPECIAL IV MISSES' PANT SUITS Assorted styles and colors. 4 MAA Reg. 1899 1 VUO to 19 99 CLEARING 1 Reg. 9 99 to 1099 pair Reg. 1399101499 SPECIAL MEN'S WALKING SHORTS Assorted styles and colors. m AA Broken size range 5.49 to 7 00 CLEARING ASSORTED BLOUSES MA A 1 Reg 8 99 to 11.99 SPECIAL U Open Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. MACLEODS I antre Villaae Mall Phone 329-0037 .J Centre Village Mall ;