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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Dateline Alberta Policeman is attacked CALGARY (CP) Two men escaped briefly from a city police cell Wednesday after a policeman was attacked, police said. William Austin Emsley, 20, and Gaynard Leroy Dumont, 18, were charged in provincial court with attempted jail break. They were remanded without plea to today. A police spokesman said Constable Robert Clark, 45, was attacked by two men who were held in a cell at police headquarters. The constable was admitted to hospital with head injuries. The spokesman said the two men were captured shortly afterwards. New facility planned EDMONTON (CP) A new health-care facility costing about million will be constructed at Elk Point, Neil Crawford, cabinet minister responsible for the Alberta Hospital Services Commission, said Wednesday. He announced the new facility will boost capacity at the northeastern Alberta community to 25 active treatment beds, 10 extended care beds and hostel type accommodation for those awaiting return transportation to outlying areas. Man jailed for wounding ROCKY MOUNTAIN (CP) John Bremner, 23, a resident of the nearby O'Chiese Indian Reserve, was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday, after pleading guilty to a charge of wounding with intent. He was originally charged with attempted murder in the stabbing of Dewey Crooked Legs, 21, also a resident of the reserve. The charge was withdrawn and replaced with the lesser one. Coal lease purchased EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government has paid for a coal lease it purchased from Forestburn Collieries Ltd., Dr. Allan Warrack, lands and forests minister, annpunced Wednesday. The lease underlies about 160 acres of Big Knife Provincial Park, a 750-acre site on the Battle River south of Forestburg. CAREERS IS EXPANDING Why Not Grow With Us? Immediate openings at College Mall and Downtown for MANAGERS and ASSISTANT MANAGERS Apply in person to MRS. S. KLAUS Friday, March 8th College Mall Store Saturday, March 9th Downtown Store 4th Ave. S. iSyncrudei Publications Editor Join the team developing the one billion dollar project to extract energy from the Alberta Tar Sands The Job: An opportunity to contribute to the con- cept development and production of an employee periodical which will be a Key communication link between the Company and its employees. The Editor is responsible for content, both written and photographic, layout, printing and distribution. Responsibilities and op- portunities will increase with the growth of the Company, expected to reach 1.700 employees within five years. The Editor will report to the Manager of Public Affairs. The Person: The successful candidate will possess interviewing and writing skills, admini- strative and creative abilities, be a grad- uate in Tech- nology have substantial experi- ence in the print media. Qualified candidates please submit a complete resume to: EmptoymMit Co-Ordinator Syncnida Canada Ltd. 807 Bakar Cantra 10025 106 St. Edmonton, Beaufort drilling by 1976? By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Northern Affairs Minister Jean Chretien announced Wednesday that offshore drilling in the Beaufort Sea will not be allowed to start before the summer of 1976. This will allow at least two full years of environmental studies to be completed by industry and government. And the oil industry has agreed to fund up to million of the "priority" environmental studies which must be done during this two- period before any actual drilling can begin, federal government and industry officials confirmed in Ottawa and Calgary yesterday. This is twice the amount industry announced a few weeks ago. NO DECISION But no decision has yet been taken by the federal government on whether oil companies with special drilling committments on Beaufort Sea acreage will be granted extensions to the commitments which expire in 1975, federal officials in the northern affairs department said yesterday. It is expected the government will accept "firm commitments" to undertake drilling programs soon after Ottawa gives the official green light in 1976 as sufficient for the affected oil companies to fulfil the Beaufort Sea oil acreage development commitments, according to A. B. Yates, director of the northern policy and program planning branch. Northern Affairs Minister Chretien also announced that two of the Beaufort Sea inter- ests, Dome Petroleum Ltd. of Calgary and Hunt International Petroleum of Calgary, have been authorized to start construction of drilling systems to be used in the Beaufort Sea. This pushes the companies a large step closer to federal permission to start drilling. Mr Chretien also said that the two companies have agreed to design and construct the greater part of the drilling systems in Canada. The dnlfing rigs are expected to be ready for operation in mid- 1976. According to industry and government estimates, both groups will spend about million each for construction of the drilling rigs (most likely floating rigs) and another million each for shore installations and support vessels. The Beaufort Sea Task Force group, a consortium holding special "bonus" block acreage in the Beaufort Sea, has received to date only approval in principle to start studies on drilling. It has not received the second-stage go- ahead from Ottawa to start construction of a drilling rig. A third-stage approval, a formal drilling authorization, is required before any drilling will be permitted in the Beaufort Sea area north of the mouth of the Mackenzie River. The federal cabinet has ruled that federal environmental studies must be undertaken before drilling can start, and Mr. Chretien's announcement yesterday merely underlines this policy. Winter club roof caves in REGINA (CP) It will cost thousands of dollars to 'repair the Wascana Winter Club following the collapse of part of its skating rink roof, club president Don Kramer said Wednesday. The club does not have sufficient funds to make the repairs and needs the financial help of the province or the city. Mr. Kramer added. The roof section collapsed Tuesday, apparently under the pressure of heavy snow. Gabrielle Tarmer, 21, formerly of YellowJcnife, N.W.T, was injured during the incident. SPEAKER TO TRAVEL OTTAWA