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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 8, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 UNITED MOTORS Jackson promises to pay more attention to Canada CO. LTD. Weather Herald Washington Bureau WASHINGTON Senator Henry M. Jackson Friday promised that if he were- president he would pay more attention to Canada. The senator from Washington State made the remark after a luncheon here at which he made his first for- mal speech as a candidate for the Democratic party nomina-. tion next year. Jackson was answering a question about U.S. policy to- ward Latin America, which he criticized. "Even our neighbor to the have taken them for he said. "And yet their importance to us, I think, is enormous." Jackson said if he were president he would put more effort into seeking better cooperative relationships with the Western hemisphere nations. "We must really come forth with some better he said. As a senator from a state bordering on British Colum- bia, and as an energy specialist, Jackson has recently been following re- lations with Canada closely. He has been lobbying the U.S. state department for a greater display of concern about Canada's energy policies. He and fellow Washington senator, Warren Magnuson, recently fired off a telegram to State Secretary Henry Alberta doctors accept fee plan Pricipililion H High Prissure L Low Preuuri Cold Front Wirm Front WARMER TEMPERATURES EXPECTED Synopsis A disturbance is moving south along the Mackenzie Valley this morning. This system is expected to intensify as it moves across the district over the next 24 About two inches of snow is predicted over areas from Edmonton south and drifting will be a problem in some of these areas Sunday. Temperatures will climb as westerly winds develop in advance of this distur- bance. However northerly winds will brings fresh surge of cold air as it passes to the south. Forecast Ulnb'ridge, Medicine Hat Today: Clear. Highs near 10 above. Sunday: Snow and occasional drifting snow. Winds west 20 shifting to north 20. Lows near 5 above. Highs 15 to 20 above. Calgary Today: Clear. Highs near 5 above.. Sunday: Snow and drifting snow. Winds north 20. Lows near zero. Highs near 10 above.. Edmonton Today: Mostly sunny. Winds increasing to west 15. Highs near 5 above Tonight- Cloudy with snow beginning near midnight. Lows near zero. Sun- day Periods of light snow and drifting snow. Winds north 15. Highs near 15. Banff Today: Clear. Highs near 10 above. Sunday: Periods of snow. Lows near 5 above. Highs near 15 above. Columbia Kootenay Today and Sunday: Sunny with a few cloudy periods. Occasionally windy in some valleys. Highs both days 10 to 15. Lows tonight 10 to 15 below except near zero western portions. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Partly sunny and cold north. Snow tapering off south today. Mostly fair tonight with warming western portion. Variable cloudiness Sunday with widely scattered snow showers northeast. Warmer west and south with southwest winds along the east slopes. Highs today 5 above to 5 below zero. Lows tonight 10 above to 10 below zero. Highs Sunday 5 to 25. West of Continental Divide Clearing today. Partly cloudy and warmer tonight and Sunday. Highs today 10 to 20. Lows tonight 5 below to 5 above zero. Highs Simday.20s. Cross-Canada Weather Canadian weatlier picture today: British Columbia Cloudy on the coast with sunny periods. Mainly sunny Alberta Mostly sunny and cold. Increasing cloudiness with snow in the ex- treme north. Saskatchewan Sunny and cold. Manitoba Sunny and cold. Ontario Sunny and cold except'snowflurrics in lee. of Great Lakes. Quebec Mainly cloudy with occasional snow. Maritime Provinces Mostly cloudy with a few snowflurries. Newfoundland Cloudy with siiow.'iurries. Weather around the World Weather conditions and temperatures around the world between midnight and 3 a.m. local times. Aberdeen 39 cloudy, Amsterdam 32 fog, Ankara 25 clear. Antigua 75 clear, Athens 54 clear. Auckland 66 partly cloudy. Berlin 28 fog, Birmingham 36 cloudy. Brussels 32 clear. Cairo 52 partly cloudy, Casablanca 57 cloudy, Copenhagen 32 clear. Dublin 43 cloudy. Geneva 30 clear. Hong Kong 59 cloudy, Lisbon 54 thunder- storm London 41 cloudy, Madrid 48 cloudy, Malta 50 clear, Manila 75 haze, Moscow 12 cloudy, New Delhi 54 clear. Nice 46 clear. Oslo 18 fog, Paris 39 clear, Peking 10 smoke. Roi.ie 41 clear, Saigon 73 partly cloudy, Seoul 16 clear, Sofia 39 cloudy. Stockholm 25 clear, Sydney 73 clear. Taipei 54 drizzle, Teheran 32 clear, Tel Aviv 46 clear. Tokyo 41 cloudy. Tunis 46. clear, Vienna 34 clear, Warsaw 27 clear. Temperatures Sun sets tonight at rises at on Sunday v Jaw -7 -22 -20 -29 C F Bay 16 -9 5 -15 Lclhbridge 16 -9 .20 -15 -26 -32 Medicine Hat 15 .9 -29 -12 -18 -28 Pincher Creek 20 -7 -14 -15 -25 -32 Vermilion.. 5-15 -20 5-15 -27 -33 Edmonton -13 -26 -18 -27 -33 Jasper 13 -11 -22 Bay 9-13 -16 -27 Banff -4 -20 -20 Pas -21 -24 -31 Coronation -13 -22 6-14 "-23 -31 Calgary 14 -10 -24 River -11 -17 -27 High Level 1-17 -36 -3 11 -12 Grande Prairie 8-13 3-16 Peace Kiver 8-13 -12 -3 -2 -17 Edson 10 -12 -28 26 -3 13-11 Horky Mtn. House Penticton 11 -12 -17 -27 .25-4 4 New York 15 -9 -7 -22 42 6 21 -6 Victoria 2 26 75 24 54 12 Prince Rupert 40 4 11 40 4 20 -7 Prince George -21 40 4 23 -5 Kamloops Vancouver 22 -6 -6 -21 35 2 21 Angeles San Diego 66 19 53 12 62 17 56 13 Prince Albert 0 -18 -25 Francisco 82 28 52 11 North Battleford -1 -18 -22 54 12 16 -9 Saskatoon -3 -19 -28 Vegas 57 14 37 3 Swift Current 8-13 -25 22 49 9 Yorkton 0-18 -21 81 27 59 15 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 The Alberta Motor Aiioclatlm reports as o( 8 a.m. Saturday morning all highways in Southern Alberta are mostly bare with occasional slippery sections. Some sand and plowing In progress through the Rogers Pass and between Banff and Radium. PORTS UK ENTRY Openinc and dining times: Canny 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Chief Mountain, Closed; Colitis open 24 hours; Del Bonita 9a.m. to p.m.; Kingsgnte open 24 hours; Porthill Rykcrts7 a.m. to2a.m.; Rooscvillc 7 a.m. to II p.m. (Tlmtj: Mountain EDMONTON (CP) Members of the Alberta Medical Association (AMA) have accepted a provincial government offer for an increase in gross payments to doctors from the Alberta Health Care Insurance Com- mission. Under the agreement, the commission's schedule of benefits for medical services increases by 7.2 per cent effective March 1. Dr. R. E. Hatfield of Calgary, president of the association, said in a news release Friday that "because of rapidly rising overhead costs, the increase cannot be directly translated to net in- come or take home pay for Alberta doctors." The government offer was presented to AMA members by a mail ballot which was counted Friday. The associa- tion said the constitutional re- quirement that such an offer be approved by more than two thirds of the members voting was met. Syncrude cost said misleading EDMONTON (CP) Premier Peter Lougheed agreed with Reg Basken, president of the Alberta Federation of Labor, Friday that the total cost-of the Syncrude project had been misinterpreted by the press. The premier, in a letter to Mr. Basken, said "we are both in accord" that statements by Mr. Basken, quoted Thursday from Ottawa, were subject to an "unfortunate mis- interpretation." Mr. Basken was quoted say- ing the cost of the Syncrude project in the Athabasca oil sands northeast of Edmonton would be to million above the present billion es- timate. Mr. Lougheed said the total cost, discussed previously with Mr. Basken, was "somewhere between" and million. "This estimate includes the estimated cost of million for the power plant and the pipeline. It also includes the estimated cost of infrastruc- ture that the provincial government will provide in terms of housing, utilities, highways and bridges, which will vary between and Mr. Lougheed said in the letter. "This is how the total of the over-all project was referred to as having an estimated cost .of between and billion." The premier vsaid "as far as the extraction plant and related mining facilities are concerned, the estimated cost is billion, hot-between and billion. Baby death inquest set HYTHE (CP) Ah inquest has been called into the Jan. 21 strangling death of a 13 month old infant at Hythe Hospital, a spokesman for the provincial coroner's office said Friday. Bruce Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Campbell of Kelly Lake, B.C., was a patient at the hospital in this community, 45 miles northwest of Grande Prairie, when he apparently became entangled in restraining equipment. The investigating coroner gave the cause of death as strangulation by asphyxiation. RULED ENGLAND Oliver Cromwell, a com- moner, ruled England with the title of Lord Protector of the Realm. The increase represents an interim adjustment to an ex- isting 27-month agreement between the government and the AMA. The agreement ends Dec. 31, 1975. Dr. Hatfield saiJ the association will begin negotiating with the govern- ment in July for the next agreement, to be effective Jan. 1, 1976. The association expects the negotiations to "lead to a cor- rection of the considerable erosion of the doctor's purchasing power which has occurred since 1973 when the present agreement was Dr. Hatfield said. He added that this erosion of purchasing power will con- tinue "despite the present in- crease." Alberta doctors received an. average gross income of 040 last year, the -Alberta Health Care Insurance Com- mission said Thursday in its annual report. At Regina meanwhile Stirl- ing McDowell, mediator in the dispute between the Saskatchewan government and provincial doctors over fee schedules, announced Fri-. day that the two parties have reached agreement. He said the agreement provides for a 15.75-per cent increase in payment schedules from the 1973 schedules. No increases had been agreed on last year and the ones announced Friday are effective Jan. 1, 1975. The schedules represent what the government operated provincial medical insurance plan will pay to doc- tors. Doctors may operate out- side the plan, billing patients directly for higher amounts while the insurance plan reim- burses the patient up to its payment schedule. Dateline Alberta Teacher pay vote set CALGARY (CP) Negotiators for the Calgary separate school system and its teachers announced Friday the signing of a ten- tative contract agreement. A spokesman for Local 55 of the Alberta Teachers Associa- tion said members will vote on the agreement Wednesday. John Currie, chairman of the board's negotiating com- mittee, said chances of ratification by the board "look good." Last year the Catholic school system's teachers got a pay increase. And negotiators for the board and teachers in the public school system resume contract talks Monday through a conciliation com- issioher appointed by the government. Colorful figure dies EDMONTON (CP) One of the most colorful, and un- successful, figures of local political history has died in Drug charge dismissed .JASPER (CP) A charge of trafficking in cocaine against Dal Grauer, 29, was dismissed Friday in provin- cial court. INSTALLATION HUMIDIFIERS 1708- 2nd South Phone 328-5973 ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. All OMNI if FIRE AUTO BONDS LIABILITY Eltlbllllwd 1911 Royal Insurance indolhtrMMing cbmiuniM Low.r Floor 517-4U1 8. Ph. 327-1541 NOTICE F. F. STEWART CO. ADJUSTERS LTD. EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1st, 1975 Our new address 1209 3rd Avenue South Lerhbridge, Alberta T1J OJ7 Telephone will remain 328-5545 24 HOUR TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Adjusters: F.F. Stewart Wayne F. Stewart A. Ken Peterson DUNCAN ALUMINUM CO. LTD. Phone 327-0421 BIG WINTER SALE 40 Year Warranty KMOtnounu.te Achmotojind In linmif HMKh et W% in hemt from iwwrtinf bofr wollf Kissinger protesting the B.C. government's natural gas policies. The senators were harshly critical of B.C. efforts to boost the price of exported gas and of curtailments in the supply of B.C. gas being sold in Washington state. The same two senators also have urged Kissinger to press Canada to ameliorate its pha- seout of crude oil exports to the U.S., warning that on the west coast this could only mean an increase in tanker traffic substituting Alaska and imported oil for the diminishing Canadian supplies. Jackson spoke Friday to a luncheon held by the Washing- ton press club. Victoria, it was reported here today. Frederick James Speed, .consistently at the bottom of the polls in seven bids for the Edmonton'mayoralty, was 84. Born in Kent, Engladn, and arriving in Canada in 1910, Mr. Speed started his career in civic politics in 1934 with the first of five consecutive attempts for the mayor's chair. This first effort resulted in 50 votes. Try a Sea-Fun Holiday COME AND SHARE OUR DREAM The opportunity to climb aboard a luxurious motor- sailing vessel and lor seven days cruise and fish the 1 B.C. Gulf Islands. Very casual and relaxed. Gliding soundlessly through the most Beautiful Scenery in the world. Never out of sight of calm sheltered waters, teeming with fighting game salmon. A different, secluded harbour each evening. Come alone, double or make up a party of 6 All inclusive Meals, Rods, Tackle, Barbeques per person Ruervi now-All Ruervitlons on i first come bisis. Crusies leave Vancouver Sunday mornings. Return the following Saturday. 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