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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 TH1 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, November JO, 1972 Five killed on Alberto roads Five people wore killed on Alberta highways OUT the weekend, bringing the number killed in (rnfii'c- accidents on the Prairies lo nine. One of the Alberta accident victims was a Saskatchewan man. Richard Harvey I'arkin- 5011. 211. nf ICslcvan. was killed Saturday in a single vehicle ac- ridcnl 20 miles east of Rocky Mountain House, 55 miles west nf fled Deer. .Mary Sparvier, is, of Calgary was killed early Sunday when Ihe car in which she was riding collided with another vehicle within Ihe city limits. Another Calgary resident. Frank Owens, 34. died Satur- day when the car in which he was a passenger left the road 10 miles east of in .southeas'.ern Alberta. 1 William .1 Veldkamp. 42. of Innisfail. Alia died Saturday I I oi injuries received earlier In flie dav when bis cnr rolled on: lliuhwav 2. miles south of lied A single vehicle accident on I a rural roiid six miles north- j wesl of Bashaw. 40 miles north- west of lied Deer, Saturday caused Hie drain of John Slen- crson. (it Mirrow, Alia In Saskatchewan. Alex Albert of North Baltlelord died Satur- day night when the truck he was driving struck a cement pillar al Ihe entrance of the' Saskatchewan Hospital grounds in Ihe city. ..Llffl Damerse. 18. of Zealan-1 dia. Sask., was killed Saturday in a car track Collision rear Outlook, 50 miles south of Sas- katoon. STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 Hakes the most of mildness. THE MOST LIKEABLE FLAVOUR AW Belvedere WILD MILD ICING UP The Old- man River pokes along under the familiar railway bridge wesl of the city al- lo.wing the season's first ice 1o build up along its shores. The weekend weather the cold, frosly nights and relatively warm afternoons continue for ihe nexl day or two, ihe weather- man says. Rick Ervin photo At the Legislature CFL near death? By GRF.G JIcIXTVKE EDMONTON it's public information. The Canadian Foclball League is en its death bed. Eastern clubs have apparently asked For the consent of weilern teams to allow expansion or the CFh to the United Slates, Don Getty, former Grey Cup quarterback with the Ed- monton Eskimos and now minister of inlergovcrnmenl affairs, told Ihe Lcgislalure. The Alberta government is trying lo stop expansion plans which would likely finish Ihe Canadian game, said llr. Getty. Does anyone care? Tlic issue wasn't mentioned when national sports minister John Munro was interviewed by the ever-alert CTV during half-lime in the Ottawa-Hamilton game. Maybe it's loo political for chain-smoking health minister John. Surely he's heard the nsws. Expansion is scheduled lo be discussed in the eve of the Grey Cup next month. The University of Alberta, with a policy of open board of governors meetings, was under attack last week for the' amount of business dealt with behind closed doors at those meetings. It's always a bit embarrassing if everyone knows what you're up to. The factories of higher learning continue lo hold little faith in the principle of open discussion. In the November issue cf naughty maga- zine once banned in this enlightened col- umnist Jack Anderson claims that the American public entitled to PO to 95 per cent of the information the government has classified confidential. The Legislature press gallery threw its annual reception for MLAs and friends Wednesday night in the fifth floor cafeteria. The radio-television boys put together a humoi'Ous assortment of snippets from debates in the house to show the politicians that they have nothing to fear alxnit being quoted out of context. Lavish helpings of sandwiches and spirits were consumed and a good time was had by all. Five hurt i Jin accidents l j Five persons were Injured and damage resulted from five major accidents in 1 the city during the weekend. Roy Kemp. 319 19th St. N. and Tony Knapek of Granum i both received minor injuries when cars they wrere driving collided at the intersection of tfith St. and 8th Ave. N. short- ly aftev 3 p.m. Saturday. Kenneth Deal- of 531 28th St. S. received mir.or ininries when Ihe car he was driving collided with a parked owned by Rcbir.Ton, 1013 23rd St. N., shortly before 2 a.m. Sunday. Police say Joseph Tokarski of 1401 13th Ave. N. received min- mjn cf G.1G Kith r... S. received a cut on his head when a parked car owned by William Stanlon of 1413 13lh Ave. N. Yet another collision with a parked CEV in the 1200 block cf Glh Ave. S. Saturday evening resulted in one injury and a total of damage. Police say Thomas man of 636 ICt.h SI. S. received a