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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, November 8, 1974 Traffic offenders hit harder CALGARY (CP) Traffic- offenders will be hit harder as the carnage on Calgary's streets increases, a provincial court judge warned Thursday. Judge Brian Stevenson issued the warning before fin- ing two drinking drivers iach for exceeding tha allowable blood alcohol limit In future, said the judge, the minimum penalty in his court for impaired drivers will be This is double the fine .he judge had imposed Dreviously on some first offenders. ''As the carnage, death and injury on the streets increases, so will the jenalties for drinking and driving With eight weeks remaining in 1974, Calgary has already -ecorded 49 traffic fatalities, to the previous high of 44 deaths last year STILL GOING STRONG In a single year the sun's energy that reaches the sarth's surface is equal to the energy from burning 120 trillions tons of coal. J. Rivers Inlet CANADA BRITISH V Alberta doctor says abortion never performed Secession The Mount Wadding- ton Regional District in Canada proposes that it become part of Alaska, and has named the mayor of Port Hardy as a am- assador to the 49th state. The district en- compasses the northern tip of Vancouver Island and a section of the British Columbia main- land. The residents claim they are being ignored by the provincial and federal governments. Required for Highway Division of our integrated Transportation Company based in Whitehorse, AUTOMOTIVE Yukon Journeyman rates of MECHANICS S6.80 per hour rising to 57.75 per hour January 1, 1975. First class mechanics without certificate will be consvdered Teamsters Stan- dard Labour Contract provides for pension and medical plans in addition to wide range of other benefits Telephone collect: (403) 667-2511 or write N F Rudolph, Personnel Manager. White Pass Yukon Route, PO Box 4070, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory WHITE PRSS ft VUHOn ROUTE STONY PLAIN (CP) Dr. Viljoen Kritzmger testified Thursday at a provincial in- quiry that he never performed a proposed abortion which had led to a dispute and breakup of a medical partnership in this Edmonton district town. The previous day he told the inquiry headed by Edmonton lawyer John Hill that his partnership with Dr. C. G. Nicholson, who helped es- tablish the 30 bed Stony Plain Municipal Hospital in 1963, was terminated in 1969 after a dispute over a proposed abor- tion for a friend of Dr. Kritzmger. He said then that Dr. Nicholson told him not to per- form the abortion. He said he refused and that Dr. Nicholson then "forced" him out of the partnership. Dr. Kritzmger testified Thursday that he had not per- formed the abortion. "I did not, I never have." He said he established a new UGG director WINNIPEG (CP) Walter Van De Walle of Legal, Alta. was elected a director of United Grain Cowers, filling a vacancy caused by the death last month of J. J. Stevens. Mr. Van De Walle, a barley and rapeseed grower who is president of the Alberta Rapeseed Growers Association, defeated Vern N. Grundberg of Camrose, Alta. Paperworkers given raise CALGARY (CP) About 100 paperworkers at Con- solidated Bathurst Packaging Ltd have been given a six-per- cent mid-contract cost of living increase. clinic here in 1967 with Dr. M. C. Ringham but personality clashes and other problems resulted in a succession of staff resignations. HARD FEELINGS Dr. Kritzinger said a partnership split last January in his medical clinic, Oatway, "made a disaster" of the smooth running of the Stony Plain Municipal Hospital, whose operations are being investigated at the inquiry. However, it did not "affect too much initially" the stan- dard of patient care at the hospital. He said the four partners in the clinic, including himself, had decided each doctor would be entitled to a six month holiday after completing five years service. However, fric- tion arose as to who would go when. Dr. M. C. Ringham, had wanted to go on an extended trip in 1974 but the clinic partners agreed it was not feasible for him to do so. "That caused very hard feelings." At a meeting last Jan. 9, Dr. Kritzinger said, Dr. Ringham proposed that Dr. B. P. Deery would be an asset to the medical group as a partner. However, Dr. Kritzinger dis- agreed, giving "incom- patibility" as the reason. PARTNERSHIP SPLITS Dr. Ringham then proposed the partnership be dissolved, said Dr. Kritzinger, and following the meeting two separate groups were formed, he in one and Dr. Ringham in the other. After the partnership split in January, Dr. Kritzinger said the other doctors refused to assist him with operations or to give anesthetic during his operations. 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