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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Dateline Alberta Fake doctor sentenced EDMONTON (CP) Robert Wayne Deyoung, 30, of no fixed address won't have to pay the fine that was levied against him on a charge of impersonating a doctor. Provincial Judge Dean Saks said Mr. DeYoung could serve a 10-day sentence in default of paying the fine while he spends three months in jail on each of three charges of impaired driving. Mr. DeYoung. a psychiatric nurse, was charged under the Medical Professions Act in March with either directly or indirectly practicing medicine without being registered. Police said he had been writing prescriptions for pills. Tax charge withdrawn EDMONTON (CP) A charge of tax evasion on income of was withdrawn Wednesday against an Edmonton company. Provincial Judge George Forbes granted a request from the Crown to withdraw the charge against Aristocrat Holdings Ltd. The company had been jointly charged with Larry Messier, one of its directors, with tax evasion on income between May 31. 1967, and Nov. 7, 1969. Messier was fined on the charge last month. Herbicide on its way EDMONTON (CP) A new shipment of carbyne, a herbicide used to control wild oats, is expected to arrive in Alberta within the next few days. The agriculture department announced Wednesday the Future at stake FORT McMURRAY (CP) The future of mobile home living in Canada depends on action taken in Fort McMurray where 99 per cent of the mobile homes are sub- standard, Marilyn Dodds, president of the Alberta Homeowners Association said shipment won't be enough to meet the entire shortage of herbicides presently being experienced, "but it will still treat a considerable acreage of cereal crops that are seriously infested with wild oats." Wednesday. Mrs. Dodds said the lack of suitable facilities for mobile homes in Fort McMurray must be alleviated but her organization cannot do anything until residents join it." Electricians protest FORT McMURRAY (CP) A partial walkout of electricians at the Syncrude oil sands plant 15 miles from here, has not materially affected construction at the site, says George Conley. projects manager of Canadian Bechtel. A spokesman for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in Edmonton said the electricians are protesting travel arrangements for workers who live in Fort McMurray and' must commute to the plant site. Mr. Conley said Bechtel provides a campsite to accommodate workers and he was not aware of any reasons for the walkout. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET H Lethbridge...... 85 Medicine hat 91 Edmonton 78 Banff........... 85 Calgary......... 78 Victoria 71 Prince George 72 Kamloops....... 94 Vancouver....... 70 L Pre. 60 62 49 54 56" 53 43 61 51 FORECAST: Lethbridge Medicine Hat Regions Sunny ex- cept for isolated thundershowers until mid- morning. Highs in the mid-80s. Tonight: Showers or thundershowers in most areas. Lows near 55. Friday: Sunny periods. Afternoon and evening thundershowers. Highs near 80. Calgary Regions Today and Friday: Sunny. Isolated overnight thundershowers. Highs today 80 to 85. Lows tonight near 50. Highs tomorrow near 80. Columbia Kootenay Today: Sunny except Kootenay region cloudy periods with occasional showers and isolated thundershowers. Highs today upper 80s. Lows tonight lower 50s. Friday: Sunny with cloudy periods. Highs 80 to 85. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Sunny and warm most sec- tions early today. Scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms with local strong gusty winds. A little cooler Friday with scattered thunderstorms. Highs today 85 to 95. Lows tonight in the 50s. Highs Friday 75 to 85. West of Continental Divide Scattered thundershowers this afternoon tonight and Friday. A little cooler. Highs today in the 80s. Lows tonight 40 to 50. Highs Friday 75 to 85. Meyer Ditcher and Ditch Filler Model 600H Ditcher makes a ditch 6' wide. Also the 900T Ditch Filler with lifetime sealed bearings. These machines tou'H rugged FOR TODAY'S POWERFUL TRACTORS GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LTD. Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 Ports of entry: opening and closing limes: Carway 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Chief Mountain dosed; Coutts open 24 hours; Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Kingsgale open 24 hours; PorthiH-Rykerts 7a.m. until 11 p.m.; Wild Horse 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Rooseviilie 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Logan Pass. (Times in Mountain Daylight Time.) Leger released GOV.-GEN. LEGER OTTAWA (CP) Gov.- Gen. Jules Leger returned to Ottawa Wednesday afternoon after being released from the University of Sherbrooke Medical Centre. A Government House spokesman said Mr. Leger, who suffered a stroke June 8, arrived here just after 4 p.m. EOT, and left the airplane un- der his own power. Mr. Leger also walked from his limousine to Rideau Hall where he will convalesce. Mr. Leger suffered a stroke at a dinner following con- vocation ceremonies at the University of Sherbrooke. The 61-year-old head of state's condition has improv- ed steadily since June 8. Thursday, June LETHBRIDGE Documents seized PHILGAGLARDI VICTORIA (CP) An RCMP spokesman said Wednesday that income tax officials were studying documents seized from the home and business estab- lishments of Phil Gaglardi, a former British Columbia cabi- net minister. RCMP Supt. T. M. Gardiner said in a statement that federal income tax officials with search warrants raided Mr. Gaglardi's home and business establishments Tues- day night in Kamloops, B.C., and in Vancouver. Mr. Gaglardi, contacted in Vernon, B.C., said "I have nothing to hide" and that he was not afraid of an investigation. EL DORADO'S Pre-Holiday OTORHOME Holiday time is here and now is the time to buy! We're offering great savings on our present stock of Homes. Prices will be up on new stock so take advantage now if you are thinking of buying a motor home see El Dorado. No. 1 IN SALES AND SERVICE IN NORTH AMERICA INlNNEBAGO Featuring Revolutionary THERMO STEEL CONSTRUCTION WlNNEBAQO MINNIE WINNIE MOTOR HOME Length: width: exterior height: interior height: Curbside wet weight: Ibs. Dodge MBH-300 chassis, wheel base: 360 cubic-inch V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, electric ignition. Tires: 8.00 x 16.5D 8 ply front, 8.00 x 16.5C 6 ply rear duals, 60 amp. alternator, 70 amp. hour battery. Sleeping capacity: (RG) 6, (RB) 4 standard, 5 optional. "PLUS MANY EXTRAS" WlNNEBAGO CHIEFTAIN MOTOR HOME 0-25CL Length: Width: Exterior height: Interior height: Curbside wet weight: Ibs. Dodge RM-400 chassis. Wheel base: 440 cubic-inch V8 engine, 3-speed automatic transmission, power steering with tilt column, power brakes with power front disc, also D-27C in stock. Length: "PLUS MANY EXTRAS" WlNNEBAQO "BRAVE" MOTOR HOME D-21 Length: Width: Exterior height: Interior Height: Curbside wet weight: 8.410 Ibs. Dodge RM-300 chassis. Wheel base: 318 cubic-inch V8 engine. 3-speed automatic transmission, power steering with tilt column, power brakes with power front disc, electronic ignition system. Tires: 8.17 x 5D 8 ply front. 8.17 x 5C 6 ply rear duals. 60 amp alternator. 70 amp- hour battery. Sleeping capacity: 4 standard. 8 optional. Also a D-19 Brave in stock. Length: 19'1'V. "Plus Many Extras" The Vanguard 20' Motor Home EL DORADO SALES Special features include: Roof rack and ladder Shag carpet throughout Forced air heat BTU) Wiring for television Chassis air conditioning Dual batteries Available on Chev. or Dodge Chasis Specially Priced for our Clearance Sale 1 "Brave" Winnebago Winnebago under 10.000 miles. 413-V8 auto- matic, p.s.. p.tx. radio, sleeps six. six cubic 11. Jridge. Priced to Clear II 1ONLY 1973 Vanguard Mini-Home 360 V8. automatic, p.s.. p.b., radio. Chassi air-conditioning, tool rack, ladder, six cubic 11. Iridge. Mly self contained, under 5.000 miles. Priced 1o Clear III WlNNEBAGO "INDIAN" MOTOR HOME D-23L. Length: Width: Exterior height: Interior height: Curbside wet weight: 10.630 Ibs. Dodge RM-350 chassis. Wheel base: 440 cubic-inch V8 engine. 3-speed automatic transmission, power steering with tilt column, power brakes with power front disc, electronic ignition system. Tires: 8.17 x 5D 8 ply front. 70 amp-hour batteries. Sleeping capacity: 6, Open 8 a.m. 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. L DORADO SALES 2910-1st Ave. South I.A.C. AND BANK FINANCING Phone 327-1233 ;