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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September 27, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Dateline Alberta 'Cheaters' stand trial CALGARY (CP.) Six people, five of them men, ac- cused of plotting to cheat a casino at the Calgary Stampede last summer were ordered to stand trial on a charge of criminal con- spiracy. Elmer McKay, 36, Ronal Elmer McAndrew, 27, Arthur Roy McAndrew, Victor Snider, 50, Corey Alfred Graham, 27, and Miriam Slater, 47, all of Calgary were arrested during a stake-out on gambling table at the Stampede casino. Two of the defendants are alleged to have been dealers employed by the casino and the others were players in- volved in a blackjack game. Shooting death probed GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) RCMP are investigating what appears to be the ac- cidental shooting death of an 18-year-old Edmonton man in the Chinook Valley district of Alberta's Peace River country. Police say the body of Larry Allan Stewart was found Tuesday. He is believed to have died a day earlier of an accidental gunshot wound. The exact cause of the shooting accident is not known. Election charge dropped EDMONTON (CP) A charge of obstructing a police officer in connection with a federal election campaign in- cident last June was withdrawn against Donald Stanley Coulombe, 29, of Ed- monton. Coulombe was charged with obstructing police, willful damage and disturbing the peace after he seized a sign from one of two campaign workers who were shaking hands with people walking to work and hurled the sign into the street. Two jailed for death CALGARY (CP) Two quette, 24, to three years im- city men were convicted of prisonment and Kenneth manslaughter in the Dec. 29 Brian Kromm, 26, 10 beating death of Michael James Korda, 48, of Calgary. Mr. Justice M. E. Shannon sentenced Rheo Joseph Pa- Brian Kromm, 26, to 18 months. Justice Shannon said Kromm was less "vicious" in the attack and had no previous record. Accused man discharged EDMONTON (CP) A man accused of attempted murder was discharged in provincial court when the crown failed to produce an es- sential witness in the case. Martin Dubitski, 21, of no fixed addfess, was charged in connection with the April 22 stabbing of Darryl Shaw, 21, of Edmonton. The victim, alias Gerald Cook, recovered from his wounds and failed to appear at the three scheduled preliminary hearings into the case. The Lethbridge Herald Weather SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET H L Pre. Lethbridge...... 71 31 .17 Pincher Creek... 67 26 .33 Medicine Hat 68 24 .01 Edmonton 60 32 Grande Prairie 53 34 Banff........... 68 31 .08. Calgary......... 64 35 .33 Victoria........ 68 41 Penticton....... 77 35 Prince George 57 46 Kamloops....... 74 37 Vancouver...... 64 45 Saskatoon....... 57 27 Regina......... 59 27 Winnipeg....... 84 41 Toronto......... 74 53 Ottawa......... 57 44 Montreal 59 47 .01 St. John's....... 80 47 1.24 Halifax......... 59 52 .84 Charlottetown 57 51 .44 FORECAST: Lethbridge, Medicine Hat regions Sunny today. Cloudy periods tonight and Saturday. Chance of snowflurries overnight. Highs both days near 50. Lows tonight 30 to 35. Calgary regions Mainly sunny today becoming cloudy GOOD IDEA! your pro- duct or hi The Lethbridge Herald "Serving and Selling the South Megavitamin supporters demand public inquiry CALGARY (CP) A group of supporters of megavitamin therapy has asked Premier Peter Lougheed to call a public inquiry into the discon- tinuance of medicare coverage for megavitamin patients. The group, calling itself Alberta Citizens Supporting Orthomolecular Medicine, asked for the inquiry in a letter to the premier this week. "An inquiry conducted in secrecy by the medical es- tablishment would tend to be biased toward the status quo and therefore not said an unsigned press release issued by the group. "We submit the public interest would be best served if our government com- missioned a public inquiry into the efficiency of Follow trend MONTREAL (CP) MacDonald Tobacco Inc. an- nounced today a price increase to wholesalers of 67 cents per cigarettes. The increase is effective Sept. 30. Last week, Benson and Hedges Tobacco Company announced a price increase of 67 cents for cigarettes, representing an increase for the retail customer of two cents a pack. Horselaugh The traditional horselaugh is displayed in unrestained splendor by Prince, a horse used by the Montreal police mounted squad during a picture at municipal stables. Land monopoly claimed CALGARY (CP) The Herald says a confidential city hall report indicates that a near monopoly exists in the corporate structure of land developers operating here. The paper, in a copyrighted story, says it is probable that the developers could be in control of the majority of land in the 125 square mile area which would be brought into the city under an annexation proposal on the October civic by late afternoon. A few showers or rain or snow this evening and overnight. Highs today near 50. Cloudy on Saturday. Lows 25 to 30. Highs 45 to 50. Columbia Kootenay regions Today becoming cloudy this morning with a few showers. Saturday, sunny with a few cloudy periods. A few showers mainly along the ridges. Highs both days near 60. Lows tonight near 32. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Colder today with decreas- ing cloudiness in the north and rain and snow ending in the south by afternoon. Partial clearing and' colder tonight. Partly cloudy and a little warmer Saturday. Highs to- day 45 to 55. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Highs Saturday 55 to 65. West of Continental Divide Colder today with rain and snow ending in the south and more sunshine in the north. Clearing tonight. Partly cloudy and a little wanner Saturday. Highs today mostly 50s. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Highs Saturday 55 to 65. Government concerned about urban sprawl EDMONTON (CP) Developers should start using some imagination to make small communities in Alberta more liveable, the head of the provincial government's economic development branch said Thursday. "Do not make all your decisions on the basis of how much money you can Werner Wenzel told a meeting of the Urban Development In- stitute. "Think in the longer term about giving the people who will be living in your nouses a better quality of life." Mr. Wenzel said the govern- ment is concerned about stopping urban sprawl in Ed- monton and Calgary. He add- ed that without guidance, pop- ulation shifts could put 80 per cent of Albertans into the two cities. He pointed to several government programs, such as encouraging industry to locate outside Calgary and Edmonton, as means of promoting growth of small communities. "We are even considering equalizing the telephone rates around the province so that an industry which locates outside the urban areas will not suffer with communication costs and problems." Eye surgeon gets award EDMONTON (CP) A University of Alberta graduate who has become one of the world's leading eye sur- geons received the 1974 out- standing achievement award of the university's Medical Alumni Association. Dr. Hal Freeman of Boston, Mass., assistant clinical professor of ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School, was given the award at a dinner during the 69th annual meeting of the Alberta Medical Association. Dr. Freeman, a native of Camrose, Alta.. who graduated from the Universi- ty of Alberta's medical school in 1956, has developed a special inverted operating table and device for use in operations to repair giant retina tears. orthomolecular therapy." The province ordered two independent studies by the Calgary and Edmonton medical schools Aug. 30 to determine the effectiveness of the megavitamin program. "Such an inquiry would be the first of its kind in the said the group. The government com- missioned two university medical faculty studies after a storm of protest was raised by supporters of the program. The group said it wants the investigation handled by a person not associated with the medical profession, or by a group of doctors, megavitamin supporters and members of the public. Megavitamin supporters will be able to present evidence supporting the therapy during both the Calgary and Edmonton medical school inquiries. TRANSFERRED FOR SALE BY OWNER Features Open Hearth Fireplace OPEN HOUSE Sunday, Sept. p.m. 2810-12th Ave. S. Phone 329-3215 election ballot. The paper says it has been unable to get a copy of the report, but said Chief City Commissioner Denis Cole has admitted the report exists. Mr. Cole refused to discuss the contents of the document, said the paper. The paper, quoting an un- named source, said the report was prepared by the law firm of Burnet, Duckworth, and Palmer. The firm was asked to investigate the corporate structure of the land developers and to look at their land holdings in the city and the surrounding area. INCOMPLETE FINDINGS The firm's findings are not yet complete, said the paper, but unnamed sources are quoted as saying the initial draft has been available since January. The paper says the draft contains "a substantial amount of evidence pointing towards a growing monopoly in the land development in- dustry." The report was ordered two years ago by former chief commissioner Geoff Hamilton, said the paper. The newspaper story does not name the companies which are allegedly involved in the near monopoly situation. 2 DAY SALE! Friday and Saturday Sept. 27 and 28 BIG BURGER SHAKE SALE! 0 only Big Burger packs a Ib. of beef into a jumbo toasted sesame seed bun, and you get our Regular Milk Shake with choice of flavors. Treat the whole family and save! Dairy Queen brazier. VOO UKC ID ADOPT A FAMILY, MR. WILSON... JUST ALL GOTO NORTH STORE ONLY 516 13th Street North Phone 327-4855 PORTS OF ENTRY opening and dosing times: Carway 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Chief Mountain, closed; Coutts open 24 hours; Del Bonita 9 a.m. to6p.m.: Kingsgateopen 24 hours; Porthill- Rykerts 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Rooseville 8 a.m. to midnight. (Times in Mountain Daylight STORE located at 420 6th St. South WILL CLOSE PERMANENTLY it p.m. Sit., Sept. 28th L-MART wishes to thank you for your patronage and will continue to serve you from our location at: 324 Mayor Magrath Drive SALE BY PARADE HOMES LTD 2004 20th AVENUE NORTH SHOW HOME OPEN: Sunday, Sept. 29th p.m. Host: PETER W. GIESBRECHT Phona) 328-8535 ;