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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Sharp signs loan ARUSHA, Tanzania (Reuter) - External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp signed an agree-ment today for a $14 million interest-free loan to the East African Community of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. The loan is to enable the community, a kind of common market, to buy 35 locomotives for the railway it administers for the three member states. Sharp and community Secretary-General Zerubaberi Bigir-wenkya of Uganda signed the agreement in a ceremony at the organization's secretariat, situated in this small town in the heart of Masailand beneath the cloud-capped peak of Mount Meru. Observers saw the Canadian loan as a demonstration of confidence in the future of the three-nation community despite political differences b e t w ee n Tanzania and the new military regime in Uganda. Sharp today termed it "a bold experiment in international cooperation." The Tanzanian minister at the community secretariat, John Malecela, said the interest-free Canadian loan repayable over 50 years is an. example to other countries who could also lend money on similarly generous terms. Seven killed in Alberta accidents By THE CANADIAN PRESS At least seven persons died accidently in Alberta during the weekend, all of them in traffic accidents. Three persons died in a two-car collision near Gleichen. Dead are Coleen Scalp Lock, 20, of the Blackfoot Reserve near Gleichen, Gerald I. North, 49, of Whitecourt, and George H Ferguson, 39, of Calgary._ Another two - car collision, near Shepard claimed two vie tims. They were identified as Violet Crozier, 60, of Calgary and seven - year - old Timothy Wayne Arleth Nielsen of Lang don. The other fatalities were Werner Vieth, 51, of Edmon ton, killed in a truck collision near the northwestern community of Whitecourt and Fred Leverette, 18, of Edmonton, killed in a two - car collision in Edmonton. Mondoy, Msrch 15, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID - 19 North oil pipeline talks are planned OTTAWA (CP) - Northern Development Minister Jean Chretien said Friday he will meet with presidents of the seven companieis developing oil reserves on Alaska's north slope to discuss a posible Mackenzie Valley pipeline. Mr. Chretien told the Commons he and Energy Minister J. J. Greene hope to meet the executives within two weeks. The c o n s o r t i u m of seven firms has been developing oil finds at Prudhoe Bay. It includes British Petroleum, Humble Oil, Mobil, Phillips, Union, Arco and Amerada-Hess Corp. Mr. Chretien said the purpose of the meeting was to discuss the guides set down last August by him and Mr. Greene for construction of a possible pipeline. The pipeline is a possible al- ternative to the proposed trans-Alaska pipeline that would link up with a tanker route to Washington state past the British Columbia coast. Mr. Greene told the House earlier that while the tanker route had been favored by the companies originally, it now is a "very real possibility" that the Mackenie Valley line will be built first. The tanker route has been criticized by government spokesmen because of the possible danger of oil spills from the huge vessels. The guides set out last August say Canadian producers must have access to a Mackenzie Val- ley pipeline, which would serve the central U.S. market. They also call for maximum participation of Canadian business in the development of the line, estimated to cost about $5 million for gas and oil lines. Mr. Chretien said the meeting with the oil executives might be held Monday, March 22. "SAY AH" - Actor James Brolin, who normally performs medical heroics while portraying a young doctor on the television series "Marcus Welby, M.D.," discovers a cooperative patient in a walrus whose heartbeat he's checking with an oversized stethoscope at Marineland of the Pacific in Portuguese Bend, California._ Girl suffocates in grain bin TROCHU (CP) - Wendy Lytle, 11, of Trochu died of suffocation after she fell into her father's grain bin in this community 40 mites southeast of Red Deer. ROMP said she climbed up the outside wall of the bin, lost her footing, and feU through a hole in the top. She was the daughter of Dean Lytle, a Trochu high school teacher and part - time farmer. ANCIENT HARP A 3,500 - year - old harp was found in the tomb of Kink Tutankhamen. TIME: NOTICE NOMINATION MEETING LETHBRIDGE EAST PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE PARTY MONDAY, MARCH 15 - 8:00 P.M. PLACE: ERICKSEN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT GUEST SPEAKER: MR. PETER LOUGHEED LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION The public is cordially invited to attend! Court action thrown out against Treasury Branches EDMONTON (CP) - An ap-plication to have Alberta's government  operated Treasury Branches declared outside the province's jurisdiction has been thrown out in Alberta Supreme Court. Mr. Justice M. E. Manning rejected a statement of claim submitted by E. L. Green, an Edmonton agrologist. Mr. Green, who started his action in June 1970, said he had been "suffering" since 1937 as a result of the actions and commitments of the Treasury Branches. He sought an injunction tn restrain the branches from lending money. Mr. Justice Manning said the statement did not disclose the cause of Mr. Green's action and that civil suits can only be brought by persons directly affected by the person or thing they are taking action against. Sales boxes illegal MONTREAL (CP) - Street newspaper vending boxes will be illegal in Montreal at midnight tonight, under terms of a city bylaw amendment passed last December. The boxes, described by Mayor JearfDrapeau as ugly, a pedestrian nuisance and unfair competition for operators of newspaper and magazine kiosks have in the downtown area, been around for 24 years. The newspapers told the mayor that an outright ban on box sales would harm the public's access to informaiton and threaten the newspapers' financial stability. Their request was turned down by the mayor's office. The Fall of Goldielocks Announcing The OF OUR NEW - TOYOTA DEALERSHIP S TUESDAY, MARCH 16th % PANCAKES SERVED On Opening Day From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CJ0C REMOTE BROADCAST Keep tuned to 1220 Radio 111!; ^ iHPl N * f TOYOTA X When the coiffure topples, so does the chance for glittering romance. Maybe the only thing you should be combing Is the Help Book for a professional wig shop and a fall that's guaranteed not to! HdpBooK Another link in the forever expanding chain of Toyota dealers coost to coast. Why is Toyota expanding so rapidly? Simple. Toyota is just keeping pace with the increasing demand for its quality line of cars. The Crown, The Corona, The MK II and the famed Corollas. When you're one of the largest car manufacturers in the world, you have a world wide reputation to uphold. So whether it's a dealership in a major city or one in the country, Toyota makes sure thot each mir- -4 rors the Toyota reputation for quality and service. We cordially invite you to attend our Grand Opening and see the complete line of fine Toyota cars. MILK RIVER ALBERTA Madge Equipment Ltd. Phone 647-3838 ;