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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Alberta dentists to boost fees 10 per cent EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta Dental Association will boost its suggested fee guide- line next summer by about in per cent, executive director George Decker said Wednes- day. Dentists last raised their rates in July, 1970, he said, making next year's hike about 3.3 per cent a year. He said the boost will not match the in- creased costs faced by dentists. The majority of Alberta's G54 dentists are expected to abide by the increase, although they are not bound to, said Dr. Decker. PROTEST LIKELY He said some public com- plaint is expected, but similar complaints were lodged when provincial MLAs increased their salaries and would he lodged if major food chains announced general price increases. Alberta dentists rank fifth In Canada in rates, behind Que- bec, Ontario, British Columbia and Nova Scotia. EC. dentists recently an- nounced a sevcn-per cent fee in- crease. Their most recent in- crease before that was seven months ago. Dr. Decker said salaries, ma- terials, rent and a surcharge placed on gold two or three years ago are rising quickly, along with the cost oS equip- ment. He added that rates charged by dental technicians also have risen, and that the cost of '.Iving rose 4.75 per cent between 1971 and 1972. A recent Alberta survey of dental practices shows that in 1971, revenue of an average practice increased from the previous year, while operat- ing costs rose Express your love and senfi- menls lo family and friends with a portrait created espe- cially for you CHRISTMAS PORTRAIT SPECIAL One BxlO" Framed and Four Custom Portraits Mounted Package Combination 16 TEL. 328-0111 Make Your Appointment Now Open Evening! and Holidayi by appointment until Chrislmai A. E. CROSS STUDIO 710 3rd Ave. S. PART OF NEW CABINET LINEUP Three appointees to President Nixon's second-term cabinet meet newimen in Washington. From left are Elliot L. Richardson, who to move from secretary of health, education and welfare to be secretory of defense; Caspar W. Weinberger, who is to move le HEW from director of the Office of Manage- ment and and Roy L. Ash, president of Litton In- dustries, who is to go to the OMB. bill may not be worth a cent OTTAWA (CP) The Bank of Canada saj'S it doesn't have to give you a cent for a 55 bill. "The holder of a Bank of Can- ada note has no right on presentment of his note to ob- tain anything from the it says in a legal argument filed with the Supreme Court of Can- ada. The central bank will ask the court Monday for permission to appeal Ontario court decisions which found that the bank must replace about destroyed by a 1959 fire. Bay Bus Terminals of North Bay, Ont., was transporting between North Bay and Temiskaming when a fire de- stroyed all but of the shipment. The bus company, saying that the Bank of Canada notes were promissory notes, went to court seeking replacement of the burnt bills. WON TWICE It was successful at trial and in the Ontario Court of Appeal. The bank is asking the Supreme Court to set aside these deci- sions. For purposes of the legal ar- gument, the bank has conceded that a bill was destroyed In the bus fire. In its written arguments, the bank said the only provision for redemption of Bank of Canada notes until 1967 obligated the bank to sell gold to any person "who demands it and tenders the purchase price in legal ten- der." This obligation, contained in the Bank Act prior to 1967, ex- tended only to 400-ounce gold bars and even this obligation was suspended when the Bank of Canada went into business in March, 1935. In the revision of the Bank Act approved by Parliament in 1967, the gold privilege was wiped out. "So the fact is that Bank of Canada notes have never been redeemable in gold or in any- thing the bank says. The face of the bank notes also were altered in 1967 and the promise to pay the "bearer on demand" was taken off the bills. In then- place are the words "This is legal tender." "The true qualities and char- acteristics of a Bank of Can- ada says the bank, are: 1. It is not and never has been redeemable for gold coins or gold bullion. 2. It is intended lor circula- tion in Canada as currency or money. 3. It is legal tender. 4. Since it is not redeemable in gold, is intended for circula- tion in Canada and is legal ten- der, it is money or currency and it is the sole circulating medium of exchange." In fact, says the bank, the holder of a bill is no different from the holder of quarter piece "which has no right to obtain any form of in ex- change for his 25-cent piece." The Bank of Canada note Is an obligation on (lie bank "but it is not a promissory note." Good things go like good friends in for the Big Game and after, your own moment of triumph: a praise-winning penny saving hot main dish you make with Alpha! this beautiful 18 ELECTROHOMB COLOR TV SET with exclusive Electrolok Tuning and Electrotint ______________Automatic TUNE IN TO RADIO STATION CJOC A.M. Mondays, Wedesndays, Fridays. "Alpha Cliuckvvagon Show" cxcitemenl and Cash Prizes SAVE ALPHA LABELS -YOU CAN WIN Serve this Alpha "Grey Cup" Special... cup Alpha Evaporated Milk cupenld wafer 1 rnn (in 07.) rrram of chicken sonp '2 finely chopped onion THE DAY HEFOBR Mix the .Alpha Kvaporntfd ftfilk with wafer, nndndd tolhosotip. Stir, nnd ndd remaining inprodio.nLs folding cgps in last. Pour into a buttered IVfr qL bnkinj; dish, cover nnd plncc in fridgo ovemiRht. ATIIALFTIMB... Unkr 1 hour iineovcred nt Serves 4 to 6. SuRffCSlions: serve wiUi tossed salad, French bread or bread slicks, U Ih. dried beef (bile-size culs) 1 cup cheddnr cheese, coarse prilled 1 At cupa short (chow mem) noodles '2 hard-boiled CPRS, sliced 'Thc Alpha Family of Quality Products" A4-72 Thundoy, Nevembir 30, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 Doctors found guilty TORONTO (CP) The On- ario College of Physicians and Surgeons has found five doctors guilty of professional miscon- duct and another guilty of in- competence. In a news release, the college announced that Dr. Jodh K. ianghi of Oshawa, Ont. had been convicted on eight charges of incompetence in the treat- ment of patients. The college said the ortho- >edic surgeon has had his regis- ration suspended and his name las been erased from the col- ege's register. The college said that unless otherwise specified, a doctor vho has bad his name erased rom the register, loses his li- cence and has no authorization to practise in the province. A college spokesman said chances oi B doctor practising elsewhere were slight because he would have to state where he worked before. Dr. Ian F. Irvine of Meaford, Ont., was fnisnd guilty of profes- sional misconduct in that he demonstrated incompetence and-or poor surgical technique in performing or causing to be performed, surgical procedures on a number of patients. The council ordered Dr. Ir- vine's name be stricken from the register but that he be placed on the special register. He will be allowed full practice privileges except that he may not perform any major surgery. Dr. Emest Ward Pedley of Port Colborae, Ont., who pleaded guilty in October to a charge of attempting to murder his wife, also was found guilty of professional misconduct. His name has been erased from the register. Dr. Pedley was sentenced to six months in jail and two years probation after he told the court that he administered Warfarin, an anticoagulant, to his wife to end her suffering from cancer. NAME ERASED Dr. Glen Gold Stewart of Sml- thers, B.C., convicted on a charge of non capital murder by the Supreme Court of British Columbia, was also found guilty and his name was erased. Dr. Stewart was convicted last year of the non capital murder of Gordon Adrian Kraft, a 23-year old caretaker at a Bible camp at Pachena Bay, B.C. Mr. Kraft was shol in Novem- ber, 1970. Dr. Stewart was sen- tenced to life imprisonment. Dr. Eric H. J. Winter of Pres- ton, Ont. was found guilty of professional misconduct "by reason of incompetence due to addiction to alcohol, drugs and need for psychiatric assist- ance." Dr. Winter's registration was transferred to the special regis- ter "without right to charge fees, nor to prescribe drugs re- lated to the Narcotic Control Act, the Food and Drug Act and the Pharmacy Act, nor may he practise out side institutional practice." Dr. Jean-Paul Drouin of Ot- tawa, whose surgery for obesity caused the deaths of three patients last year, will be allowed to continue to carry out other kinds of surgery. He was found guilty of profes- sional misconduct but placed on the special register "with full practice privileges except that he not be entitled to perform in- testinal by pass surgery for morbid obesity FOUND GUILTY Dr. Jean Paul Drouin of found responsible by a coron- er's jury for the deaths of three patients oflcr (special operations lo cure obcsily, has been permitted (o con- tinue general surgery by the Ontario College ol Physicians and Surgeons. MUSICAL TASTE CALGARY (CP) Thieves with good musical lastc got away with wortli of gui- tars here recently. "Tlie oil- prils apparently knew cxaclly what they were looking for when they took only the most expensive police said. GET YOUR ONE BEST DEAL! KITTY KORNER 1968 BUICK WILDCAT 2-door, hdt., V-8, aulo. P.5., '.B. 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