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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD friday. SeplemW 29, 1972 DOLLAR DAYS SALE Values effective 'til 6 p.m. Saturday Sept. 30, 1972 arme Mb. net wt. pkg. Contesdina Canada Choice C 0 Product of U.S.A.....28 fl. 01. tins net wt. pkg Brook Park Chicken-Turkey- Beef 11-oz. net wt. pkg mners 20 CHEESE Asst. flavors 3 pint carton Maple Leaf Tenderflake Mb. net wt. pkg. U for BUTTER Jack and Jill 48-oi. net wt. tin New vehicle regulations restrict age of drivers EDMONTON (CP) New regulations requiring Ihe licens- ing of off-highway vehicles will restrict the age of drivers, highways minister Clarence Coithorne said here. Under an order-in-council, the regulations, contained in the Off-Highway Vehicles Act, will go into effect Oct. 10. They are (jsigned (o control the use of all wheeled, tracked and amphibious vehicles not covered by the Highway Traf- fic Act, including power tobag-i gans and trail hikes. The exact contents of the new regulations, including li- cense fees, whether speed lim- its will be imposed, age limits, rules of operation and stand- ards for the machines will not be released for at least t w o weeks. Mr. Copithome said in an in- terview the regulations will contain ngc restrictions but he would not elaborate. The bill calls for registration of vehicles except where used solely on private property. These veliicles must carry li- cense plafes. Dealers and rent- al agencies would also be li- censed, It prohibits operation of off- highway vehicles on highways, except for crossing, and gives municipalities the authority to draw up bylaws regulating the use of the vehicles within their jorders. A maximum fine is pro- vided for careless driving on such a veMcle. Alberta economy to grow faster CALGARY (CP) Alberta's economy will grow faster than that of any other province dur- ing the next 30 years, Im- pevial Oil Ltd. predicts. Economist Vcrn Larson of Toronto told a hearing of the Alberta Energy llesources Con- servation Board the growth would occur largely because of increasing United States energy needs. The Alberta economy grew D.I per cent annually the last 20 years white the Canadi- an economy averaged 4.8 per cent, he told the board which is assessing Alberta's energy needs for the next 30 years. The Imperial report said the previous growth came as the result of energy production in a period of world energy sur- plus. "Now we are entering a per- iod when several factors have combined to create energy shortages in some world mar kets. In addition, there is a growing concern over security of supply." This meant Alberta, and the Arctic regions, can develop en ergy resources to the degree that Is prudent in meeting tin outside energy demands. The report also predicted tha production of synthetic crud oil taken from the Athabasc oil sands would be as muc Guillotine suicide reported DIEBURG, West Ger- many (Eeutcr) A 48- y e a r-old precision in- strument mechanic who be- lieved he could not meet mortgage repayments killed himself in the cellar of his new house with a home-made guillotine, po- lice said today. The man constructed the guillotine from a paper cut- ter, a wood beam, an anvil, a U-shaped ivon bar and a complicated system of pull- eys and ropes. Then he strapped himself to a bench in the cellar find decapitated himself. 1.5 million barrels a day by 890. During the last 20 years of :ie century from 10 to 20 syn- hetic crude plants would be Milt. 1IGI1ER TRICES H. H. Mackie of Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. Ltd. said the price of Alberta natural gas would likely increase in 10 when Arctic production starts moving to market. He also predicted five syn- ;hetic crude plants would he operating in the oil sands by 1983 and that another one would added each year until the end of ttie century. Chess champion on Hope show BURBANK, Calif. (Ar> World chess champion Bobby Fischer, who said cameras bothered his concentration in the title match he won aRainst Russian Boris Spassky, will ap- pear on Bob Hope's Oct. 5 tele- vision special, the National Broadcasting Co. has an- nounced. Fischer will join Olympic gold medallist Mark Spitz, sing- ers Karen and Richard Carpen- ter, David Cassidy and Follies star Alexis Smith. BABY SWAP CASE Mrs. Jennifer Fire Simos, left, It led from court to a squad car for her trip to the Collier Co. jail in Naples after her arraignment in Florida. Mrs. Sims is the 19-year-old mother who is charged in the alleged swap of her three-monlh-old son, Eugene, for a used car. Mr. Sims is being sought in connection with the case. CATSUP BREAD Conladina (Product of U.S.A.) 14 fl. 01. tins' L-Mart white or brown.............. 20-oz. net wt. loaf CANADA 'A' BEEF OR ROUND BONE SHOULDER CHUCK ROASTS CROSS CUT RIB ROASTS.....98 62 CAMPFIRE SAUSAGE Canada No. 2 Grade Red or White POTATOES 20 ei e. 2025 Mayor Magrath 420 6th St. S. 324 Mayor Magrath StOre lOCfltlOnS Drive College Mall Downtown Drive Burns Skinless I-lb. net vvt. 39 ORIGINATED IN ALBERTA FOR ALBERTA FAMILIES Get together with the cool bright taste ofOkTVieiina It's the happy lazylagerbeer OKEEFE BREWING COMPANY LIMITED. ;