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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THt LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Saturday, June Insurance people accused of going off 4half-cockecT Another oil firm Man hacked and beaten KDMONTON (CP) Alberta New Democratic Party leader Grant Notley said Friday the automobile insurance industry "should read Hansard before they go oil half-cocked" over NDP auto insurance programs. Mr Notley said A S Cooper, manager of the Insurance Bureau of Canada in Alberta, misled the public by saying the NDP leader had talked about a 10-per-cent increase in Manitoba's public QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE: 328-7684 automobile insurance premiums. "11 Mr Cooper had bothered to read Hansard he would have discovered it was the minister of Consumer Affairs Bob Dowling. not I, who referred to the 10-per-cent figure." said Mr. Notley He said the response was "predictable from an industry that is deservedly defensive in the face of their own 16.6 per cent rate increase Private insurance companies in Alberta have applied to the Alberta Automobile Insurance Board tor rate hikes averaging 16 6 per cent. They said the increase is forced by high claim costs may cut program death CALGARY (CP) Mobil Oil Canada Ltd. said Friday it is re-examining its exploration and other activities in Canada as a result of recent government actions Mobil president A. R. Nielsen said in a statement that the company is concerned with government policy to "increase royalties, increase taxes and change land regulations "Now the industry faces the possibility of a large and crip- pling increase in tax burden under the federal budget proposals of last month Canada, he said, "has become a less desirable place for oil and gas investment than many other parts of the world." Mr. Nielsen said Mobil has been active in oil and gas ex- ploration in the Arctic and off the East Coast but "these and other activities will require a serious review to determine whether they can be contin- ued Other companies which have announced program cuts, or plans to do so if budget proposals are implemented after the July 8 federal election, include Amoco Canda Petroleum Co. Ltd Imperial Oil Ltd., Texaco Canada Ltd., Atlantic Richfield Canada Ltd. and Canada-Cities Service Ltd. VANCOUVER (CP) Three men were charged Friday with non-capital murder after a man was hacked and beaten to death outside a restaurant Wednes- day Kurdip Dhillon and Gurmail Hiring, both 28, and Surdit Presto, 40, all of Vancouver, were charged in the death of Harbhajam Hayre, 30, of Vancouver Witnesses said Mr. Hayre was apparently trying to run Irom three men, two of whom were armed with a machete and a large wooden club. Cashier Maureen Farrow said three men beat the victim for about three minutes with a machete and a board. 'Oh you o taue a beauti rvw'aw ut. II You're running out of time... to get your name on the voters' list If you live in an urban area... If you live m a community of over 5000 you should be receiving shortly a copy of the voters l.st for your polling division Check it Make sure your name is on that list is correct and that your address and occupation are listed correctly If there is any error in the listing of your name and you wish to vote m the July 8th federal election now is 5he time to have it corrected Call the telephone number listed at the bottom right of this ad That way you'll be sure the corrections are Trade so that you will be eligible to vole on July 8th The procedure for correcting the voters list is relatively simple In urban polling divisions, the revising officer is a judge or an elector appointed by a judge The revising officer is assisted by two revising agents, who are available to the Returning Officer and at your request will visit your home 1o obtain the required information You can also go personally to the Revising Officer to have any corrections made The address where the revising officer works and the days and hours of the revision, can be found on the top of the printed Hst of electors You can also find the information posted m most post offices or you can call the number of your Returning Officer at the right who give you required information This handy pamphlet gives you all the details. For any additional mlorrnation consult 1he handy pamphlel that was delivered to your home recenlly 11 gives you complete election procedure details If you live in a rural area... In a rural polling division, the enumerator who prepared the list carries out the revision He is the person to contact Remember.. .you can't vote in an urban polling division unless your name is on the list! For further information: If you live in Lethbridge Telephone 328-0552 328-0653 It jl.it' '1 E o1 Canada Elections Canada 3A-ORO Pays no heed Youngster in stroller pays no attention as Prime Minister Trudeau shakes hands with bystanders during walk in London, Ont. Friday. The prime minister was on the campaign trail in Southern Ontario. Man in jail 42 years 22 of them by mistake BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Earl Haymon is finally gaining his freedom after spending 42 years in of them by mistake. The 68-year-old convict has been told that authorities at Fishkill correctional facility will parole him June 26, ending a campaign begun five months ago to rectify a judge's sentencing error. It was in 1932 that Haymon, then 26, came to Buffalo as a circus laborer. He was arrested in a fatal stabbing, was convicted of second- degree murder and appeared for sentencing before the late Judge Gerald Rowe of Erie County Court. Stephen Lamantia. Haymon's present lawyer, says Rowe decided to sentence Haymond to life in prison because Haymon had a prior felony conviction. Haymon's lawyer argued then that the sentence was too harsh, but the penalty was invoked nevertheless. Haymon filed an appeal soon after, but it was dismissed because he was too poor to pay legal costs. The case remained closed until five months ago when one of Haymon's cellmates. Hurd Harding, wrote a letter to the Erie County district attorney's office, the letter contended that under New York state law. Haymon could not be sentenced to life for City taken to court CALGARY (CP) A Calgary apartment owner is taking the City of Calgary to court for its three way split mill rale. Doug Henning. who runs an apartment management company, filed a notice of motion in the Alberta Supreme Court Thursday and city hall was notified Friday Tne case is to be heard before District Court Judge Clarence Yanosik June 17. Judge Yanosik was asked to quash the enabling city by laws which put the mill rate into effect last month. Dave Russell, Alberta's Municipal Affairs Minister, has called the split mil] rate illegal He said it contravenes the munirinaJ second-degree murder and should have spent no more than 20 years behind bars. The district attorney assigned Lamantia to look into the case and a resentencing hearing was held on March 5 Judge William Heffron changed Haymon's term to a minimum of 20 years, making him eligible for immediate parole. Haymon is not bitter about his experience and plans to re- turn to Buffalo when he is re- leased, Lamantia said. He de- scribed his client, now 68, as fragile, but mentally he's alert, kind of witty even." He said Haymon had spent recent years in a special unit at Fishkill for elderly and handicapped patients, and generally was treated "like a trustv." In Buffalo, he will have a chance to mix with the younger generation His home will be a high-rise tower at Buffalo State College, the temporary location of the Erie County Home and Infirmary Try Baton You UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MA! CO SMITH-JONES (HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 6183rdAve. S. Phone 328-5447 UNRESERVED Equipment Truck AUCTION SALE Monday. June 17.1974 9 a.m. Sharp located milts wist of Edmonton on Highway No. 16 and mile soith to Auction Site on Pioneer Rosd. 5 Dispersals lor Tracking Firms. Welding Co. soiling ranch fay Proxy. Consisting of buildings and land. etc. Also equipment for other Contractors and Cos. SUMMARY: 15 crawler tractors D9: D3H-36A: D8H-46A: D6'S: D7 s: 02: TD9 S: etc. Approx. 90 tracks 6-Kenworths: 5- Hayos: 3-Macks: IHC's: Fords: Kiev's: from 1974 down Log track: Mixer tracks: Grain and Gravel tracks: Drilling unit: Pressure units Tandems and singles: Tractor and highway equip- ped: also crew cab. 1 tons, Ions, to tons. etc. Seismic equip, consists; of tracks HortwII auger and Mayhew drill. Running rights.' Backhoes and loaders Ford model 2700: 4-1969-68 model 5500: J.O. 1010 crawlertoader: Tractor TL6: 69 M.F. loader backflN. tic. 1973 Chamberlain grain Duiker, 1973 Columbia lowboy 6-fno some refrigeration Highboys apprax. 17. tandem, single, goosenecks. tamritite. flat decks, gravel boxes, etc. Industrial camp Baits talker hopper tandem axle trailer Air- Champion 552: Me. 8 yd. batch Blast Vastier screeiwr frizztoy Packers Car 630: etc. Scrapers 2 Hancock sell loading and pull scrapers: etc. 54 passenger bus Tractors Farm machinery: off sol disc's: braking plows, tic. Com- bines Soil Camper Cars Dressed lumber Hr 2500 coder posts (pressure treated] Oilfield shop Shop equip.. ttc. tie. To Be Sold By Proxy Complete dispersal of ranch land, buildings, etc. Jone 17. 1974 at Auction Site. For information contact: Ph. 1-899- 3676 or 1-W8-21H. Modi more wpripmnit being listed every day. For information on this large equipment sale contact as for complete listing. Salt Arranged and Conducted by NASBY'S AUCTIONEERING Bonded Industrial Auctioneers Box 690. Spruce Grove. Alia. Ph. 899-3676 lie Ro. 010436 Car Ph. YJ32925 lie. No. 77899 Co. Lie No. 81093 ;