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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Decembtr 13, 1074 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Dateline Alberta Police officer cleared CALGARY (CP) A Calgary police officer who beat up a prisoner who threatened to kill the con- stable's wife was given an ab- solute discharge Thursday after pleading guilty to an assault charge. Constable Robert Miles testified that he punched the prisoner shortly after the man was brought to a police station. The prisoner had been apprehended by the constable as the man who tried to break into his home. Constable Miles said the man told him that he would kill the officer's wife while he was on night shift. Civic inquiry continues EDMONTON (CP) Mr. Justice William Morrow of the Northwest Territories Supreme Cour' says he does not expect to complete his report on Edmonton's civic affairs until February or March. Mr. Justice Morrow is presiding at a provincial in- quiry into civic affairs which resumed this week after a seven week recess. After the current round of hearings is completed this week, more witnesses will be heard beginning Jan. 6. Car dealer fined EDMONTON (CP) A Spruce Grove car dealer has been fined in district court after being convicted of selling a used car with a rolled -back odometer. Fuhr's Mercury Sales Ltd. was convicted by District Court Judge Roger Kerans on one charge of fraud relating to a tampered odometer and given 30 days to pay the fine Inn to build addition CALGARY (CP) The Calgary Inn announced Thurs- day it will build a 20 storey addition to its downtown hotel starting this January. The million project will include 162 new rooms and ad- ditions to a convention centre on the main floor. Ed 0' Conner, president of Calgary Inn, said the project will take about 18 months to complete Smoking ban pressed CALGARY (CP) The Calgary board of public health has moved against people who smoke in public places and has asked hospitals and public buildings to ban smoking in public buildings. The board will erect signs in the health building asking: "This is a health building. Thank you for not smoking." Letters will be sent to hospitals asking hospital boards to ban smoking on the premises. The board also commended public school programs aimed at banning smoking among young people, and recommended such education programs continue. UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Weather SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 35 12 Pmcher Creek 32 11 Medicine Hat 31 10 Grande Prairie .30-4 Edmonton 32 8 02 Banff 28 12 Calgary 32 7 01 Victoria 45 41 .48 Penticton.....32 29 Prince George 26 7 Kamloops....... 34 26 08 Vancouver 43 39 .32 Saskatoon....... 21 16 03 Regma 27 18 .01 Winnipeg 17 2 Toronto. 39 33 .07 Ottawa......... 35 33 .22 Montreal 37 33 08 St John's....... 35 31 .01 Halifax...... 47 41 .44 Charlottetown 38 36 .69 Fredericton 37 34 .34 Chicago 37 30 New York 50 43 Miami 78 69 .04 Los Angeles 66 52 Las Vegas...... 59 39 FORECAST: Lethbridge, Calgary, Medicine Hat Regions Ex- tensive fog this morning clearing towards noon. Becoming sunny today and Saturday. Highs both days 30 to 35 Lows tonight 5 to 10 above. Columbia, Kootenay Regions Today periods of snow mostly in the Columbia ending near noon, then mostly cloudy Saturday cloudy Periods light snow beginning by noon Highs today 30 to 35 and Saturday 35 to 40. Over- night lows in the 20s. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Cloudy today with exten- sive fog east and scattered snow showers central and west portions Becoming sunny north portion Saturday but cloudy with widely scattered snow showers south. High temperatures both days 30s. Lows tonight 5 to 15 north 15 to 25 south. West of Continental Divide Periods of snow today Scattered snow showers over mountains tonight and Satur- day. Highs both days 30s. Lows tonight 10 to 20. FINAL WEEK-END CLEARANCE ON ALL TRAVEL W TRAILERS CAMPERS MOTOR HOMES All new and rental units MUST BE CLEARED Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m., UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. "Serving you over a quarter Century" 302 3rd Ave. South Phone 327-2805 PORTS OF ENTRY opening and closing times: Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Chief Mountain, closed; Coutts open 24 hours; Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgate open 24 hours; Porthill Rykerts 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Rooseville 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. (Times Mountain Three killed in crash EDMONTON (CP) The wreckage of a light plane, reported missing Dec. 2 with three men aboard, was found Thursday about 200 miles northeast of Yellowknife, N.W.T. There were no sur- vivors. An armed forces spokesman said a civilian spotter aboard a Hercules search aircraft sighted the wreckage Thurs- day afternoon. A civilian air- craft landed at the crash site and the victims were iden- tified. Dead are Norman Byrne, Jr., 35, pilot of the Cessna 185, and passengers James Magrum, 54, and John Larken, believed in his 30s. All were from Yellowknife. The ill fated airplane was apparently returning to Yellowknife from a small mining camp 250 miles to the north. It crashed into a hill about 50 miles south of the camp The spokesman said earlier Mr. Byrne had flown to the camp to pick up Mr. Magrum and Mr. Larken, employees of Precambrian Mining Services Ltd. and the sole occupants of the camp, and take them to another mining camp nearby. Ask About The INVISIBLE Multicocal Lens (MULTILUX) Winner Mrs. Annie Orichowski, a 59-year-old widow from Newbrook, Alta., won 000 at the first major bingo held in the new Edmonton Coliseum. Nursing aides get parity in contract EDMONTON (CP) The member Alberta Cer- tified Nursing Aides Associa- tion has reached a tentative agreement with the provincial hospital association for a new contract, four months before the current contract expires. Doreen Gares, president of the aides' association, said Thursday details of the new one year pact will not be released until it has been ratified by the membership and added the contract gives aides parity with nursing orderlies in the province. The current contract ex- pires March 31. Walk records computerized EDMONTON (CP) Collection of pledges after the Miles for Millions walk will be computerized next year and bookkeeping will be centraliz- ed with other Canadian cities, George Ford, president of the organization, says. Participants in Miles for Millions seek sponsors for a hike of up to 25 miles, and the money goes to various charitable groups. APEX TV SALES SERVICE 535 -13 Street North NEW PHONE NUMBER EFFECTIVE DEC. 328-1033 QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic 303 5th Street South Metcalf Building PHONE 326-7884 Members required Students Finance Board Appeals Committee The Students Finance Board requires appeals committee members for the Lethbridge area. The ideal members will be concerned with educ- ational opportunities for students, and will have the ability to participate in objective decision making with regards to appeals submitted by students. The Appeals Committee has been established by the Board to insure that all students are treated fairly, with respect to their individual circumstances, in the awarding of financial as- sistance under the various acts and regulations administered by the Board. The appointed candidates will serve as members of a three (3) member committee, which in- cludes a student representative appointed by the local institution. The Committee will meet as required in Leth- bridge during the forthcoming months. Appointees will be paid a small honorarium. Enquiries, submissions and or nominations should be directed no later than December 20th, 1974 to: MR. R. DAVY Special Assistant to the Board Students Finance Board Dept. of Advanced Education 11160-Jasper Ave. Edmonton, Alberta T5J2V2__________________ xJlberta GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA WARNER RROTHERS PRESENTS... 8 TRACK TAPES "STORM BRINGER" Deep Purple "HERDS ARE HARD TO Fleetwood Mac nCnUCST RIDGE Mik Oidfieid SPECIAL CHRISTMAS VALUE 5" ALL CHRISTMAS TAPES 8 TRACK HEAD GLEANERS S1.89 4 en NOW............................. K-TliSpfdalTlpM GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR GUN RACKS WOODEN DELUXE RACKS, FOUR GUN, WITH DRAWER, THAT LOCKS GUNS IN PLACE 3 GUN RACKS CARVED HARDWOOD O TRUCK GUN RACKS THREE GUN PLASTIC....................................... O SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S BIGGEST SELECTION OF .22's, HIGH POWER RIFLES AND SHOTGUNS PLAINSMAN SPORTS 329 7th St. South Open Dec. 16 to 23, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. AT YOUR SERVICE" r MACLEODS SATURDAY 1 I t I L I I I" 1 i L I I I" I r i L I I r i BOYS'TURTLENECK SWEATERS Assorted colors 73-7102. Reg. SPECIAL BOYS'THERMAL UNDERWEAR Tops 73-8048. Reg. SPECIAL Drawers 73-8018. Reg. SPECIAL I75 MEN'S THERMAL UNDERWEAR Tops 74-0502 Reg. 99 SPECIAL Bottoms 74-0703. Reg. SPECIAL 220 MEN'S ASSORTED SWEATERS V-neck pullover. Reg. 29.95. SPECIAL Cardigan Reg. SPECIAL 24 95 MEN': By Westbend Reg. or SPECIAL 18 J SHOPMATE 1A" DRILL 13-1307. Reg. 95. SPECIAL 8 SHOPMATE SABRE SAW 2 speed. 13-1324 REg. SPECIAL BLACK DECKER CIRCULAR SAW Blade 13-3358. Reg. SPECIAL 32 95 SHIRTS Assorted colors patterns. Reg. to SPECIAL O V CORNINGWARE TEAPOT 6 cups. 21-8049. SPECIAL HUMIDIFIER PLATES 47-4683 Reg. SPECIAL SAVE '50 PYREX COFFEE PERCOLATOR 6 cup. 21-7976. SPECIAL 5 49 STEMWARE GLASSES Champagne 21-9329. SPECIAL VIBRATOR or PUB RECLINER I I I I I GLOW-LITE HOUSE NUMBERS 15-5818. Reg SPECIAL 31 CHRISTMAS STORE HOURS: Open Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. until Dec. 23, 1974 SUPPLIES LTD. r Cor. 3rd Ave. and 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 "HOME OF TAPE EXCHANGE" Centre Village Mall Phone 329-0037 ;