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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Water in a comet TEL AVJV (AP) An American husband-and-wife as- tronomy team working in Israel's Negev desert Has discovered the presence of water in a comet for the first time, Tel Aviv University announced today. They suggested credit should be shared by a Canadian scientist. A spectogram photograph taken Jan. 10 of the comet Kohoutek "gave the first conclusive evidence of water in a the woman member of the team, Dr. Susan Wyckoff of the University of Kansas, reported. "This probably means that there is water in all said Dr. Wyckoff, who made the discovery with her husband, Dr. Peter Wehinger, at Tel Aviv University's Wise Observatory in the Negev. The water discovered in Kohoutek was ionized, she said, meaning it lacked an electron. A spectogram spreads light out into its component colors, revealing the chemical contents of the subject. CAREERS Required Immediately for Lethbridge Centre Superintendents Carpenter Foreman Labor Foreman APPLY MR. LEN TETREAULT POOLE CONSTRUCTION LTD. 4th Ave. ft 2nd St. S., Lethbridge MECHANIC WANTED Capable of doing all phases of general light duty mechanical repairs with a large volume of this being power train work. Will consider 3rd or 4th year apprentice. Offering above average benefits such as 5.00 per hour and no Saturday work. CONTACT THE SERVICE MANAGER DUNLOP FORD 1510 Mayor Magrath Drive Phono 3284861 ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES Communications Consultant Opportunities exist in our Calgary and Edmonton offices for qualified applicants, preferably with edu- cational background, or experience in business management and marketing. Must have a high interest in the sales field, be able to deal with management personnel, express themselves fluently, and supply own vehicle. Training is provided. SALARY RANGE per month PIMM submit hill by mall to... ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 119-6th Ave. S.W. (Box 6000) Calgary, Alberta, T2P 2R2 STAFF NURSES REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY BY THE FOOTHILLS HOSPITAL FOR POSITIONS IN ALL AREAS THROUGHOUT THE HOSPITAL. APPLICANTS MUST BE A GRADUATE FROM AN APPROVED SCHOOL OF NURSING. A FULL RANGE OF FRINGE BENEFITS ARE AVAILABLE. Apply in wilting to: PERSONNEL OFFICE FOOTHILLS HOSPITAL CALGARY, ALBERTA Dateline Alberta Decision is overturned PRINCIPAL Olds Junror-Semor High School Mountain View County Applications from qualified teachers and school ad- ministrators are invited tor ihe position of Principal of Jhe Olds Junior-Senior High School appointment to be effective at the opening of the 1974-1975 school year. The Olds School currently has a staff of 35 teachers and an enrolment of 630 students. Applicants are requested to submit a complete resume of experience and training, as as the names and addresses of at least two professional referees. Applications will be accepted up to and including April 5, 1974. and should be addressed to: HAROLD SupoHntondofrt of schools Mountain View County P.O. Box 100 DMobury, Alberta CALGARY (CP) A decision by a Red Deer magistrate who ruled that a man who was denied the right to call his lawyer before he took a breathalyzer test could not be convicted of impaired driving was overturned Thursday by the Alberta Supreme Court. The appellate division ruled that Delmar C. Peterson of the Lacombe area is guilty of driving a motor vehicle while his blood alcohol content was greater than .08 last March 30. Court was told Mr. Peterson was arrested in Lacombe while driving his car and taken to the police department where a constable read a demand that he take the breathalyzer test. He asked to consult his lawyer but was told "he could wait and see what the breathalyzer said." Wanted man arrested EDMONTON (CP) A 25- year-old Surrey, B.C. man wanted in connection with the attempted hijacking of a Pacific Western Airlines Dec. 12, was arrested here Thursday. Jan Lars Sorenson was returned to Calgary where a bench warrant was issued Wednesday when he failed to appear for a trial in the Alberta Supreme Court. Sorenson was charged after, a man pulled a knife aboard a PWA flight from Vancouver to Edmonton and demanded that the flight be diverted to France. Public hearings set EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta government today announced a series of public hearings will be held into the use of pesticides and herbicides. Environment Minister BUI Yurko said the hearings were called to investigate policies and programs concerning the use of the chemicals and to determine primary secondary effects. and New hospital planned EDMONTON (CP) Mannville Hospital, the first municipal built in Alberta, is to be demolished and replaced at an estimated cost of million, Health Minister Neil Crawford announced today. Mr. Crawford, minister responsible for the Alberta Hospital Services Commission, said the old frame and stucco building, built in 1918 and added to in 1960, is expected to be replaced by late 1975. Hog plants a mistake WILLINGDON (CP) Alberta hog producers would be making a mistake if they chose to get into the meat packing business, Wayne Easter of Prince Edward Island, national junior vice- president of the National Farmers Union, said Thursday. Mr. Easter was commenting on reports that the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board plans a ballot to ask producers whether they wish to go into processing. "Internation meat processors have the economic power to undercut prices and bankrupt farmer owned he said. British swell immigrant list OTTAWA (CP) Immigra- tion, swelled by a greater influx from Britain and a special program to legalize the status of unauthorized residents, climbed 51 per cent to last year, new government figures showed Thursday. The total included newly-arrived immigrants and who were already in Canada and were granted approval to remain permanently, the im- migration department said. Britain, with immi- grants or 14.4 per cent of the total, led the list of source countries, replacing the United States which had topped the roster the previous two years. There were U.S. immigrants, or 13.9 per cent of the total, for second place in 1973. Of the 66.467 already living in Canada and approved for permanent residence. 40.132 had applied before that right was revoked in November, 1972. and replaced with a new requirement that applicants must apply from outside the country. Another 10.996 were approved under special administrative measures to reduce the backlog of appeals, and 15.339 received landed status under the special adjustment program to let illegal residents apply without penalty. Since 50.000 persons regis- tered under the special adjust- ment program, this year's fig- ures will reflect more of those who were approved for landed immigrant status. After Britain and the United States, immigrants by country of last permanent residents included 14.662 or eight per cent from Hong Kong; 14.483 or 7.3 per cent from Portugal; or 51 per cent from Jamaica: 9.203 or five per cent from India; 6.757 or 3.7 per cent from the Philippines. or 3.2 per cent from Greece; or three per cent from Ilalv and 5.138 or 2 7 per cent from Trinidad. The report said about half the immigrants entered the labor force, with the largest proportions in clerical, construction, manufacturing, and service jobs. Ontario continued to be the chief province of entry with or 56 per cent. British Columbia was second was 27.949 or 15.2 per cent, Quebec third with or 14.6 per cent, Alberta fourth with or 6.5 per cent. Manitoba had or 3.6 per cent. Nova Scotia or 1.4 per cent. Plane crash deaths ruled accidental CUMBERLAND HOUSE, Sask. (CP) The deaths of four men Dec. 12 in a plane crash near this northern- Saskatchewan community were ruled accidental Thursday by a coroner's jury. Coroner Sandy Munson said the jury ruled the deaths were due to multiple injuries suffered in the crash and that no mention was made by the jury of possible mechanical or pilot error. The victims were. Paul John of Cree Lake. Sask.. Rod Morrison, formerly of Lethbndge. Alia, and Cliff Stanley, both of La Ronge. Sask.. two department of northern Saskatchewan employees; and Lionel Descnambeault of Cumberland House, chairman of the northern municipal council. Their bodies were found Jan. 3 in the wreckage of the aircraft 28 miles from Cumberland House. The aircraft crashed during a routine flight from La Ronge. The missing aircraft was the object of one of the largest searches in the area. Civilian aircraft logged 825 search hoars aided by armed forces aircraft. i ravei uentre rresents i heir Annual... PEOPLE PLEASERS SHOW 74 FINAL 2 DAYS! Open Tonight till 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Featuring the complete line of NEW 1974 SKYLARK CAMPERS and TRAILERS EMPRESS, EMPEROR and AQUARIUS MINI HOMES and MOTOR HOMES All produced right In Lethbridge, where our sales are backed by a 7 Bay Service Shop with 16 Top Technicians, who assure that your Recreation Vehicle is properly Pre-Ser- viced when you take delivery, and Guarantee complete servicing of your vehicle there- after. Lower The High Cost Of "Leaving" With A HOUSE THAT LEAVES HOME... 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