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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September LETHBRIDGE Dateline Alberta U of A looks closer EDMONTON (CP) The possibility of a university chemist reaping personal financial gain from publicly funded research has come un- der scrutiny at the University of Alberta. The institution's Board of Governors Friday unanimous- ly approved a request from Dr. R. U. Lemieux of the Chemistry Department to apply for a National Research Council grant for research in antibody production. But the matter received considerable debate when Dr. Lemieux disclosed he was President and a 30 per cent shareholder in Raylo Chemicals Ltd., which supplies research and development services to Connlab Holdings Ltd., with which Dr. Lemieux's research will be collaborated. Sentence upheld EDMONTON (CP) The Appellate Division of the Alberta Supreme Court has upheld a four year prison term imposed in August on a first offender who pleaded guilty to robbing a convenience store at gunpoint. Counsel for Fisel Asiff, 22, told the court the robbery was "completely out of character. it was done as a prank." He said that after escaping with Mr. Asiff fled, but stopped when he realized he was being followed by an un- marked police cruiser. 15 killed on Prairies By The CANADIAN PRESS Four people killed in a two- car collision near Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., were among 15 traffic fatalities in the Prairie provinces during the weekend. A survey by the Canadian Press showed 13 deaths in Alberta between 6 p.m. Fri- day and midnight Sunday, while Saskatchewan and Manitoba each reported one fatality. George Kingsley Hodge, 44, his wife Pearl Maxine, 42, and their twin daughters, Crystal and Colleen, 8, all of Ardrossan, Alta., died Friday night in the collision near Fort Saskatchewan, 15 miles northeast of Edmonton. A three vehicle collision near Calmar, Alta., 40 miles southwest of Edmonton, claimed the lives of two men Saturday. John Walter Boizard, 25, of Wainwright, Alta., driver of one of the cars involved, and Ernest Cliff of Edmonton, a passenger in the second car, died when one of the cars collided with a tow truck. Police said the second car crashed into a bus being towed by the truck. Two separate accidents Saturday near Mayerthorpe, Alta., claimed three lives. Two Alberta men died in separate motorcycle ac- cidents. The Lethbridge Herald Weather SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET H LPre Lethbridge......63 37 Pincher Creek... 60 37 Medicine Hat 64 42 .01 Grande Prairie 43 40 .04 Edmonton ......43 40 .08 Banff...........58 40 .07 Calgary.........42 39 .02 Victoria ........62 54 .12 Penticton.......74 59 .02 Prince George 59 48 .21 Kamloops.......78 59 Vancouver......64 58 .25 Saskatoon.......49 42 Regina .........44 41 .13 Winnipeg.......56 43 Toronto.........78 58 Ottawa.........76 58 Montreal .......75 56 St. John's.......57 40 Halifax.........65 53 Charlottetown 66 51 Fredericton.....75 48 Chicago ........91 65 New York ......77 62 Miami..........88 77 .04 Los Angeles.....83 69 Las Vegas..... 105 80 Phoenix 108 81 Athens .........82 70 Rome..........84 59 Paris...........70 54 London.........66 54 Berlin..........73 46 Amsterdam.....63 52 Moscow ........77 54 Stockholm ......63 54 Tokyo..........82 73 FORECAST: Lethbridge Medicine Hat regions Today: Mainly cloudy. Highs near 60. Tuesday: Mainly cloudy- Brisk westerly winds. Lows 40 to 45. Highs near 65. Calgary regions Today: Cloudy. Intermittent rain ending overnight. Winds becoming brisk westerly tonight. Highs near 50. Tuesday: Mainly cloudy with brisk westerly winds. Lows 40 to 45. Highs 55 to 60. Columbia Kootenay Today cloudy. Occasional rain tapering off to a few showers by evening. Tuesday mainly cloudy except a few showers over eastern portions. Highs both days 65 except near 60 in the Columbia district. Lows tonight in the 40s. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Sunny periods this morning. Becoming mostly cloudy and warmer this afternoon with widely scattered showers continuing thru tonight. Gusty westerly winds along east slopes by this afternoon. Showers increasing and cooler west and north portions Tuesday as winds shift to northerly over much of north portion. Highs today 70 to 80. Lows tonight 40 to SO. Highs Tuesday 65 to 75. West of Continental Divide Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers today and Tuesday. A little cooler. Highs today 70s. Lows tonight 40s. Highs Tuesday 65 to 75. GOOD IDEA! Call Display Advertising 328-4411 flte Lethbridge Herald] "Serving and Selling the South" rf rt OF ENTRY opoibtyf dosiag tbneiT vm. to 12 midnight; Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Coutts open 24 hours; Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Kingsgate open 24 hours; Porthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. to 3 a.m.; 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; RoosevHleU a.m. to midnight. in Mountain Daylight Time.) Tory leader blasts B.C. insurance scheme Time for sanding Ray Smith sands a piano stool while picketing outside Burrard Terminals in Vancouver. Smith is one of more than 500 grainhandlers involved in the West Coast dispute. Leger asks postponement of October 16 election EDMONTON (CP) Aid. Ed Leger during the weekend said he feels more strongly than ever that the municipal election should be postponed until after a report on civic af- fairs in Edmonton is handed down by Mr. Justice William Morrow. It's a serious mistake to go ahead with the election Oct. 16 with this thing clouding the issue, he said in an interview. "There's nothing sacred about the date we've got nothing to lose by postponing it and everything to gain." A reasonable delay would be about 30 days after the report is released, he said. City Council is to debate a motion Tuesday by Aid. Leger that the city seek postpone- ment of the election. The alderman said if the motion is not approved, he will seek legislation delaying the elec- tion by going to the Premier's office and the government. Mr. Justice Morrow is con- ducting an inquiry into civic affairs which was launched when an alderman said he was offered a gift of by two Mediation talks begin EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta Board of Industrial Relations today began mediating in the strike of Leduc county's non teaching staff members, who have been striking since Wednesday in an effort to get a collective agreement with the county. The 24 school secretaries and library clerks are members of local 1674 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees Pickets will remain at schools in the county, about 15 miles south of here, while mediation talks are conducted. Dave Adam. CUPE national representative, said the strike was forced on the employees after the county turned down a conciliation award which the union had accepted. The employees earned from to 50 an hour and the conciliation board had recommended increases to to S3.50 an hour. "We agreed reluctantly to accept the award since it was for one year Mr. Adam said. "We had asked for 35.13 an hour top rate." ANOTHER LOSER NEW YORK (AP) Police said Nelson Resbo, 13. is the latest New York boy to play "the game" and lose. He was crushed between an apart- ment elevator and the shaft wall when his clothing became caught as he attempted to ride on the iwrf