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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, February 7, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Weather Prtcipililion H High. Prwjyri L Low PIMSUN Cold Front rm Front Liuuuy, rutting ID vitdi, rvuine Ji tug, it, LICUI ocuui yai uj uiuuuj, uuuc 23 clear, Stockholm 37 clear. Sydney 73 clear; Taipei 63 drizzle, Teheran 27 clear, Tel Aviv 46 cloudy, Tokyo 39 rain, Tunis 55 rain, Vienna 30 fog, Warsaw 30 cloudy. Temperatures Sun sets tonight at rises at on Saturday Battleford 6-14 -9-23 C F 6-14 -10 -23 Lethbridge 30 -1 6 Current 16 -9 -1 -18 Medicine Hal 17 .8 7 7-14-8 -22 Pincher Creek 31 -1 7 Jaw 12 -11 -4 -20 High Level Grande Prairie -Peace River 11-12-13-25 18 -8 -2 -19 14 -H) 0 North Bay Regina 1-17 -28 -33 23 -5 -2 -19 9-13 -7 -22 ..11 -12 -1 -18 Rocky Mtn. House Vermilion 4 -16 0 -18 10 -12 1 Winnipeg -15 -9 -23 5-15 -8 -22 Edmonton Jasper -8 346 18 -8 10 Bay The Pas 15 -9 -8 -22 5-15-19-28 Coronation Calgary 16 -9 2 -17 .26-3 4 White River Toronto 7-14 -8 -22 14 -10 -34 -37 31 -1 13 -11 Victoria 3 33 26 -3 17 -8 Prince Rupert 39 4 25 -4 15 -9 Prince George 4-16 -15 25 -4 19 -7 Pcnticton 17 -8 15 John's -6 16 -91 Kamloops 9-13 -3 29 -2 21 -6 Vancouver 3 32 22 -6 16 -9 Prince Albert 6-14 -14 25 -4 16 -9 AS MUCH AS '600 REBATE Direct to you the buyer from A.M.C. United Motors Co. Ltd. "Serving you over a quarter century" Corner 3rd Ave. 3rd St. South Phone 327-2805 i AMA ROAD REPORT as of 8 a.m. today. Highway 3: Lethbridge to Medicine Hat Light snow covered. Good con- dition. Lethbridge to Fort Macleod Mostly bare with occasional slippery Sec- tions. Forl Macleod to Crowsncst Pass Mostly bare in driving lanes. Crowsnest Pass to British Columbia Boundary Ice covered. Snowing lightly. Very slippery. Highway 4: Lethbridge to Coults Mostly bare. Occasional slippery sections. Highway 5: Lelhbridgc to Carilslon and Waterton Snowing lightly. Icy patches. Has been plowed. Highway 6: Pincher Creek to Watcrlon Lightly snow covered. Has been plowed. Highway 2: Fort Macleod to Calgary Mostly bare. Some drilling of loose snow. Slippery sections. Caigary to Edmonton Mostly bare with occasional slippery sections. Forl Macleod to Carditon and Carway Mostly clear. Watch for slippery sections. Highway 2J: Junction Highway 3 to Vulcan and High River Mostly bare with occasional slippery sections. Highway 31: Taber 10 Brooks Light snow. Some small drifts and otherwise in good condition. Trans Canada: Calgary to Medicine Hat and Swift Current Mostly bare with occasional slippery sections. Calgary to Banff Mostly bare in driving lanes. Slippery sections. Banff to Golden Mostly bare in driving lanes. Oc- casional slippery sections. Has been plowed and sanded. Golden to Rogers Pass and Revelitoke Mostly bare. Trace ol new snow at summit. Some drifting. Watch foj slippery sections. PORTS OF ENTRY Opening and closing times: Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Chief Mountain, Closed; Coutts open 24 hours; Del BoniUSa.m. to6 p.m.; Kingsgate open 24 hours; Porthill Rykcrls7 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Rooscville7a.m. to 11 p.m. (Times: Mountain Constable quits after inquiry Synopsis The northerly flow of Arctic air is now well established over the forecast dis- trict. Upper disturbances embedded in the flow are causing bands of clouds ac- companied by periods of light snow to move over the regions. Such a disturbance has now reached Southern Alberta and is responsible for the light snow reported over the Central and Southern regions this morning. Skies are now clear over the northern parts of the district and the clearing will gradually spread southwards behind the upper disturbance later today. However another band of clouds accompanied by snowflurries will enter Northern Alberta and Northeastern British Columbia later this evening and again will move southwards overnight. Hence little change is forecast for Saturday ex- cept for slightly .lower temperatures. Forecast Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary Today; Mostly cloudy with periods of light snow clearing later this afternoon. Highs 10 to 15 above. Saturday: Cloudy periods with occasional snowflurries. Lows near 10 below. Highs 5 to 10 above. Columbia, Kootenay Mostly cloudy today with a few snowflurries, clearing this evening. Sunny Saturday with a few cloudy periods and continuing cold. Highs today and Saturday 10 to 20. Lows tonight 10 to 20 below except near 5 above in western sections. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Winter Storm Warning today and tonight. Northerly winds with snow locally heavy and rapidly falling temperatures will spread from northern portions this morning into southern portions early tonight. Snow decreasing northern sections Saturday and continued cold. Highs today zero to 20 above. Lows tonight 5 below zero to 15 below. Highs Saturday 5 above zero to 10 below. West of Continental Divide Winter Storm'Warning tonight. Snow today. Winds shifting northeasterly with snow locally heavy spreading westward from the divide tonight. Snow continuing Saturday. Highs today 10 to 20. Lows tonight 5 below zero to 5 above. Highs Saturday zero to 10 above. Cross-Canada Weather Canadian weather picture today: British Columbia Rain or snow in the southwestern portion. Mostly sunny in other areas. Alberta Mostly cloudy with snowflurries in the south. Saskatchewan Windy and turning colder. Manitoba Sunny, windy and cold with drifting and blowing snow. Ontario Variable cloudiness, windy and cold with a few snowflurries. Quebec Cloudy with snowflurries. Maritime Provinces Occasional snowffurries. Newfoundland Snow. Weather around the World Weather conditions and temperatures around the world between midnightand 3 a.m. local times. Aberdeen 37 cloudy, Amsterdam 32 haze, Ankara 25 clear, Antigua 75 clear, Athens 41 clear, Auckland 70 partly cloudy, Berlin 27 fog, Birmingham 37 smoke, Brussels 32 clear, Cairo 64 clear, Casablanca 50 clear, Copenhagen 37 cloudy, CALGARY (CP) A city police constable has resigned following an internal investigation into charges that police harassed motorcycle club members following a clubhouse fire in which a woman was killed and 16 other persons injured March 16, 1974. A police spokesman con- firmed yesterday that the con- stable in question left the force on Jan. 6 "for personal reasons" but declined to elaborate. A letter from the Calgary police commission to a city lawyer representing five members of the Lucifer's Union Motorcycle Club charg- ed in connection with the fire says the ex policeman's con- Cancelled under fire EDMONTON (CP) Alberta Liberal leader Nick Taylor said Thursday the Alberta government should demand that contracts ter- minated by the Boeing Com- pany be reinstated. Mr. Taylor, in a news release, said the cancellation of two contracts by Boeing involving components for 707 aircraft resulted in the layoff of more than 160. workers at the Edmonton based Northwest Industries Ltd. Premier Lougheed, whose government owned Pacific Western Airlines recently purchased four Boeing 737 air- craft, should "move im- mediately to have these contracts Mr. Taylor said. The Liberal leader said it did not make sense to buy Boeing aircraft for PWA "on one hand and on the other hand allowing Boeing to not fulfill these contracts." duct was "unbecoming of a police officer." A copy of the letter was ob- tained by The Calgary Herald and published in yesterday's edition. The fire occurred during a party at the Lucifer's Union's Forest Lawn clubhouse, attended by members of the Lucifer's Union and Grim Reapers Motorcycle Club members. Lucifer's Union later charged that police who responded to the fire treated members like "criminals." The police department at first denied charges. In the meantime, five merribers of Lucifer's Union were charged with willfully causing the fire. An .internal investigation, however, was ordered after 16 sworn affidavits were sub- mitted to the police commis- sion claiming police harass- ment that night. Lawyer Marlin Moore, representing the members charged with causing the fire, said the constable who resign- ed was accused by motor- cyclists of "general in- timidating language and con- duct." The commission's letter to Mr. Moore said that while the investigation showed one of the policemen acted wrongly that night, it did not find evidence to implicate the res.t of the police team responding to the call. "The internal police report indicates that the ex con- stable's conduct on the occa- sion of the fire and in related incidents immediately subse- quent thereto was unbecom- ing of a police officer and did little to the credit of the Calgary police service. Candidate LEDUC (CP) Leduc real estate agent Waldo Seimens, 44, won the Social Credit nomination for Wetaskiwin Leduc riding. The nomination "was the 18th for the party in anticipation of the next provincial election. Dateline Alberta 12-year-old charged Montana missile project resumed CALGARY (CP) A 12 year old student at Windsor Park Elementary School has been charged with arson in connection with a fire causing damage to the school, the city arson squad said yesterday. The' boy will be turned over to juvenile authorities, said Lieut. Fred Parker of the fire department and spokesman for the arson squad. The fire broke out during the noon recess Monday and no one was injured. It started in the science room and com- pletely destroyed it, while damage was extensive throughout the school building. The school has been closed since the fire. Wage contract signed EDMONTON (CP) Electrical workers at Ed- monton Telephones have sign- ed a one year contract providing an average 16 per cent wage increase. A joint announcement Thursday by the city and Local 1007 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers said the agreement also provided for im- provements in fringe benefits. The hourly wage for most of the 630 union members will increase to from GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) The Pentagon has ordered the United States Air Force to resume installing the last 50 Minuteman Ills in northcentral 'Montanasilos. The project, involving mis- siles valued at million each, was suspended less than two weeks ago because of an unresolved issue in the U.S. Soviet nuclear arms limita- tion negotiations. Officials at nearby Malmstrom Air Force Base announced the previous Policemen remanded CALGARY (CP) Two city police officers were remanded to March 11 on charges of assault causing bodily harm when they appeared in provincial court. Constables J. V. Collonib and L. D. Earl had earlier pleaded innocent to the charges. Horst Mirikofski of Calgary swore the charges against the officers after his vehicle was stopped by police for a routine check of equipment last September. Gas rebates in offing Sen.Jackson enters race WASHINGTON (CP) Senator Henry Jackson, 62, of Washington formally unveiled his candidacy for the 1976 Democratic presidential nomination Thursday night by pledging to use the White House to help the people in the United States "who are getting hurt." Jackson, who tried for the nomination in 1972, is the fourth Democrat to formally announce candidacy. cancellation but said they didn't know what prompted it. Thirty technicians from Boeing Aerospace Co. at Seat- tle are modifying the silos with Minuteman Us still in them. Civilian technicians from Ogden Air Logistics centre at Hill AFB, Utah, are installing the new units. The new intercontinental ballistic missiles will carry multiple warhead. Another 150 Minutemen under Malmstrom AFB supervision are to remain single warhead. Two jailed EDMONTON (CP) Two Edmonton men convicted of the Jan. 29 robbery of a taxi-cab driver were sentenc- ed to prison terms in provin- cial court. Judge Carl H. Roff sentenc- ed Robert Gordon Walsh, 19, to a four year prison term, while Dale Edward Vollrath, 18, was sentenced to three years. "TRY AND STOP US" Coming to 1090 CHEC EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government will allow Edmonton to become eligible for natural gas rebates estimated at between million and million an- nually, Mayor William "Hawrelak said Thursday. He told a news conference that he understands the government intends to pass an order in council which would provide a rebate worth about a month to the city. SATURDAY BOMBSHELL Public views sought Rail service loss would hit land use ST. PAUL provin- cial land use forum was told yesterday the loss of rail ser- vice to this northeastern Alberta region would have as dramatic an effect on land use as the opening of railways had. A brief, presented by Ray Pyne of St. Paul, said the Canadian National rail line that extends to this communi- ty and Grand Centre, from Edmonton is under protected status for one year only. Should the line be closed, the most affected commodity would be grain, with alternate shipping patterns in turn influencing land use, Mr. Pyne told the hearing. The land use forum also heard -various briefs on preservation of wildlife habitats, including one suggesting that landowners be paid to retain unimproved land. The hearing, part of an over-all land use study spon- sored by the Alberta government, was the fourth in a series of 17 to be held throughout the province. CALGARY (CP) A two- man review board investigating the Dec. 20 Dean's visit called off MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) The governing body of the associated students of the University of Montana has cancelled the scheduled March 12 appearance on cam- pus of John W. Dean III. The central board voted 12-7 against allowing the former presidential counsel's speak- ing engagement. The vote came shortly after Dean cancelled an appearance at Illinois State University and four other lectures to return to California to visit his ailing mother in law, who died later. Dave Snyder, director of the program council which scheduled the visit, said students came to him to protest the Dean appearance. "They were really upset about it... they didn't think student money should be spent to make a crook rich." Shootout in 'Calgary has in- vited members of the public to participate in the inquiry. The probe into the gun bat- tle in which Police Detective Boyd Davidson and gunman Philippe Gagnon were killed is being conducted by Police Commissioner John Salus and. retired deputy police chief Gordon Gilkes. Mr. Gilkes said Thursday the inquiry will receive questions and suggestions from interested citizens Saturday, and Monday. SAND gravel ASPHALT ITOLLESTRUPJ I SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. t PHONE 326-8196 Dinnerware Set 20 piece Ironstone, 3 patterns to choose from, Reg. price 18.93. SALE PRICE 12' Bath Towels Substaridards, approx. 24 x 42 inches. SPECIAL PRICE >99 Ladies' Scuffles Acrylic fur pile, blue, pink, yellow. Reg. price 2.29. SALE PRICE 1" Ladies' Knee-Hi Hose 4 colors to choose from, 100% nylon, fits sizes 9 to 11. Reg. price 1.00. SALE PRICE 67 13th StrMt North 327-4855 ;