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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, February 21, 1975 THE LETHBREDGE HERALD-3 UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Weather I Dateline Alberta Supervisor held hostage DRUMHELLER (CP) Brian Pollock, supervisor of education at the federal penitentiary here, was held hostage by a knife wielding prisoner Thursday for one hour before being released un- harmed. Mr. Pollock was taken hostage by a man who demanded a transfer to the Stony Mountain Penitentiary in Manitoba and admittance Stresses caused spill Synopsis The snow lhat was falling over Southern AlberLa on Thursday has now ended and skies were clearing in Lhat area overnight. The remainder of the forecast dis- trict was reporting only very patchy cloud. Today: A ridge ol high pressure will build into Alberta from British Columbia and skies will be sunny. However surface winds will increase especially along Ihe' eastern slopes and the east, west river valleys in norlHweslern regions. On Saturday A Pacific weather system will cross British Columbia reaching Eastern Alberta late Saturday night. This will cause increasing cloudiness to spread eastward ahead of it. Mild but windy conditions can also be expected on Saturday, ahead of this system. Forecast Lclhbridge, Medicine Har Today and Saturday: Mostly sunny. Gusly westerly winds. Highs today 30 to 35. Lows tonight near. 20. Highs on Saturday near -10. Calgary Today: Mostly sunny. Gusty west winds. Highs 30 to 35. Saturday: Increasing cloudiness during the afternoon. Mild. Gusty west winds. Lows tonighl near 20. Highs on Saturday ner 40. Columbia, Koolenny Mostly sunny today. Increasing cloud Saturday with snow in the evening Highs today near freezing and in the mid 30s Saturday. Lows tonight near to aboi'e. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Gusty winds and colder with snow showers con linuing east portion today and widely scattered snow showers west. Clearing and colder tonight. Sunny and a little warmer Saturday. Highs today 20 to 30. Lows tonight zero to 10 except zero to 15 below in mountain valleys of southwest. Highs, Saturday 25 to 35. West of Continental Divide Scattered snow showers mostly over mountains today. Sunny periods by afternoon. Clearing and colder tonight. Partly cloudy Saturday. Highs today and Saturday 25 to 35. Lows tonight zero to 10. Cross-Canada wcalhcr Canadian weather picture today: British Columbia Cloudy Showers along the coast. Alberta Mostly sunny and mild. Westerly winds. Saskatchewan Mainly sunny. Manitoba Sunny and mild except cloudy extreme north. Ontario Sunny except some cloudiness near the Great Lakes. Quebec Sunny with cloudy periods. Maritime Provinces Sunny in the west. Cloudy in the easL Newfoundland Mainly sunny except cloudy periods and Hurries west coast. Weather around ihe World Weather conditions and temperatures around the world between midnight and 3 a.m local times. Aberdeen 41 haze. Amsterdam 32 partly cloudy, Ankara 39, Antigua 75 rain, Athens -18 cloudy, Auckland 75 partly cloudy, Qerlin 27 fog, Birmingham 37 cloudy, Brussels 34 clear, Cairo 54 clear, Casablanca 52 clear, Copenhagen 30 partly cloudy, Dublin 43 drizzle. Geneva 36 cloudy, Hong Kong 55 clear, Lisbon 52 cloudy, London 37 cloudy, Madrid 39 clear, Malta 54 partly cloudy, Manila 79 partly cloudy, Moscow 23 cloudy, New Delhi 50 clear, Nice 43 clear, Oslo 34 cloudy, Paris 32 clear. Peking 25 partly cloudy, Rome 43 clear, Saigon 75 clear, Seoul 21 clear, Sofia 28 snow, Stockholm 36 cloudy, Sydney clear, Taipei 50 haze, Teheran 43 rain, Tel Aviv 55 rain, Tokyo 34 snow, Tunis 52 cloudy. Vienna 34 partly cloudy, Warsaw 30 fog. FORT McMURRAY (CP) Great Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. (GCOS) said Thursday, that rupture of an oil tran- smission line at House River, 165 miles north of Edmonton, last Dec. 26 was caused by ab- normally high, externally applied stresses. The company said in a prepared statement that the stresses were caused by soil movement believed due to dis- turbances caused by road construction in the area, but engineering tests and soils studies were not yet conclusive. GCOS said pipe making or steel making defects were not involved in the rupture. candidate named STETTLER (CP) William Cook, 60, an assessor with the County of Stettler, has been nominated to contest the Stettler constituency for the New Democratic Party in the March 26 provincial elec- tion. Mr Cook, who lives in Ed- monton, won the nomination at a meeting here. Application rejected GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) The Grande Prairie Municipal Planning Commis- sion rejected Thursday an application by an Edmonton real estate firm to convert two established apartment buildings into condominium units. The general manager of Newcastle Real Estate Ltd., Larry Brotherton, said there would be many advantages to conversion. But the municipal planning commission rejected the application on the grounds that the city's current vacancy rate is not sufficient to warrant conversion. Hearing delayed after challenge Temperatures Sun scls tonight at rises QI on Saturday Lellibridge....... Medicine Hal Pincher Creek Higli Level Peace River Edson Rocky Mtji House. Grande Prairie Vermilion........ Edmonton Jasper......... Banff........... Coronation....... Calgary........... Victoria Prince Rupert ___ Prince George Penticlon......... Kamloops......... Vancouver Prince Albert..... North Ballleford Saskatoon......... Swift Current..... Yorklon Moose .law Thompson North Bay........ P 37 32 IS 32 28 35 29 33 29 -2 29 h Low C FC 3 12 -11 II II -12 2 12 -11 0 a -is -2 12 -11 2 B -13 -2 10 -12 -2 15 -9 1 9 -13 7 -14 2-17 1 23 1 26 1 20 -3 1 -17 2 10 -12 1 9 -13 T IT JS 3 31 1 1 19 -7 4 10 -12 3 13 -II 6 26 1 24 1 15 -9 -i is -B 2 16 -9 0 IS -7 4 23 -5 -3 15 -9 -2 26 -3 Rogina 34 1 IB Eslevan............. 38 3 22 -Brandon 31 -1 5 Winnipeg 25 -4-19 Kenora.............. 35 2 16 Thunder Bay......... 45 7 6 The Pas 30 -1 20 Dauphin............. 43 6 10 While River.......... 33 1 13 Toronto.............. 34 Ottawa 33 Montreal 33 Quebec.............. 29 -2 20 St. John's............ 32 0 10 35 2 29 Charlolletown........ 28 -2 15 Fredericton.......... 34 1 5 Chicago 48 9 34 Minneapolis.......... 30 -1 15 New York 47 8 33 Miami............... ai 27 73 Boston 44 7 35 Washington 50 10 31 Los Angeles.......... 63 17 48 San Diego............ 62 17 53 San Francisco........ 55 13 48 Denver.............. 50 10 23 Las Vegas 64 18 43 Phoenix 67 19 47 Honolulu............. 80 27 62 EDMONTON (CP) P. F. Newhouse, registrar of the Alberta Securities Com- mission, was challenged Thursday by a Calgary lawyer on his authority to preside over a commission hearing. At the opening of the hear- ing into the business dealings of Midtown Mortgage and Loans R. T. G. McBain, counsel for the firm, asked commission counsel, Brian Greer, if he had any evidence Mr. Newhouse was. registrar under the act and duly ap- pointed by the commission or by cabinet order. Mr. McBain asked for specific reasons his client was called to the hearing and was told the reason, covered in section 22 of the Mortgage Brokers Regulation Act, was Up to Factory Cash Rebate riAMC Calgary man declared fit CALGARY (CP) A 19 year old Calgary man accus- ed of manslaughter in the beating death of a 19 month old girl has been declared fit to stand trial. Ronald David Quasi was arrested Jan. 11 after Christine Clarke was sent to hospital, where she died four days later. Candidate EDMONTON (CP) Phil Lister, a 31 year old lawyer, has been nominated to contest Edmonton Jasper Place con- stituency in the March 26 provincial, the Liberal party announced. that the firm had taken some action "not in the best public interests." Mr. McBain then requested that the hearing be adjourned but was over ruled by Mr. Newhouse. The Calgary lawyer then asked crown counsel if he was going to produce any com- plainants at the hearing, and was told that only commission investigators would be called as witnesses. Mr. McBain again asked for an adjournment and was refused by Mr. Newhouse. He then threatened to leave the hearing claiming that his client was being denied natural justice. After a lengthy private talk with Mr. Newhouse, both counsel agreed to adjourning the hearing until March 5. The hearing was called as a result of an Alberta Supreme Court ruling last month in Calgary in which Mr. Justice Hugh John MacDonald ruled against Midtown Mortgage and Loan Ltd. in favor of a Calgary couple. Mr. Justice MacDonald ordered that the face value of a second mortgage loan be reduced to from and the interest rate to 14 per cent from 30Vz per cent. The case was heared under the Un- conscionable Transactions Act. Following the Edmonton hearing Thursday, the staff at the securities commission found a 1957 order in council appointing Mr. Newhouse as registrar of the Alberta Securities Commission. United Motors Co. Ltd. 3rd Ave. 3rd SI. S. Phone 327-2805 (Serving Southern Alberta Over Century) AMA 110AD REPORT as of 8 a.m. Feb. 21 Highway 3: Lcthbrldgc to Medicine Hal Slippery sections with occasional drifting, Being plowed and sanded. Tabcr to Row Island Slippery with numerous drifts. Highways: Lethbrldgc to Cardston and Water Ion Ice covered and slippery- Highway 6: Pincher Creek to Watenon Snow and Ice covered. Being plowed. Highway 2: Fort Macleod lo Cardslon and Carwiy Univailable. HlghwRy 36: Tnber to Drifting badly. Being plowed and sanded. Trans Canada: Banff to Golden Snow covered with sections of compact snow. Icy sections. Very slippery. There are no road crews working. Golden to Rogers Pass and Revclstoke Closed indefinitely. All other highways in Southern Alberta arc reported to be generally hare and motorists arc to watch for icy sections. TORTS OF ENTRY opening and closing times: Carway 9 a.m. lo 8 p m Chief Mountain, Closed; Coutts open .24 hours; Del Bonita 9 a.m. lo 6 pm Kingsgatc open 24 hours; Porlhill llykcrts 7 a.m. to II p.m. (Tlmci: Mountain WHOOP-UP COUNTRY HISTORICAL SOCIETY LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS FOR THE 1975 BUSINESS YEAR On Monday, February 8 p.m. in the Board Room ol the Lelhbridge Public Library The Society wishes to Invite all Interested citizens to attend and become Involved In (his worth- while community project. WEEKEND VALUES to a mental hospital in Selkirk, Man. The demands were discuss- ed with penitentiary director Ernest Noel and Mr. Pollock was then released. The prisoner, serving a 10- year term for attempted murder, escape, carrying a dangerous weapon and theft charges, was placed under maximum security following the incident. His name was not released. at SAFEWAY! PEANUT BUTTER Emprau Homogmlziil, 24 oz. ml wl. 1 00 SKIM MILK FRESH POWDER BREAD Lucirni Inslinl bnidi Flrit Gridi 5 It. big Skylirk While or Brown Sllcod Sindwlch 320 oz. ml wt. loif SPECIAL GROUND COFFEE Siliwiy, All Purpose, 1 Ib. big.................... BREAD DOUGH Siliwiy, All Purpose, 1 Ib. big..............................................uch Bel Air Wblti Frozen, pkg. of 5x16 oz. Mtwt. loivu uch i i 09 09 TOMATO JUICE Town House CinidiFincy 19 II. oz. lin SPECIAL FRYING CHICKEN Maple Leaf Whole Canada Grade A Frozen Ib. BONELESS BEEF ToiorBottwItouiidSlMkirltoulCiMfcarifcAliii Ib. SMOKED HAMS BvnitPirlSklnmd, or Vi'i. Ib. 0fc Wkoli Ib. W BjymES GRAPEFRUIT 4i88c VALUES EFFECTIVE IN LETHBRIDGE FEBRUARY 21 to SALES IN RETAIL QUANTITIES ONLYI ;