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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 27, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 UNITED MOTORS CO-LTD. Weather F c F c Lelhbridge........... 40 4 33 1 Medicine Hat 37 3 7-14 Pincher Creek........ 40 4 29 -J High Level........... 31 -1 4-16 Grande Prairie....... 29 -2 10-12 Peace River......... 29 -2 9-13 Edson............... 46 8 23 -5 Horky Mir. House 46 8 23 -5 Vermilion............ 25 4-8-22 Edmonton 29 -2 -2-19 Jasper............... 33 1 19 -7 Banff................ 28 -2 19 -7 Coronation........... 17 -8 3-16 Calgary.............. 49 9 34 1 Victoria 50 10 33 1 Prince Rupert........ 53 12 34 1 Prince George 29 -2 25 -4 Penticton............ 35 2 27 -3 Kamloops............ 36 2 16 -9 Vancouver........... 50 10 34 1 Prince Albert........ 26 -3-11-24 North Battleford 22 -6 -4-20 Saskatoon............ 22 -6-10-23 27 Estevan............. 29 Brandon............. 25 Winnipeg............ 25 Kenora.............. 18 Thunder Bay......... 20 The Pas............. 22 Dauphin............. 26 While River.......... 18 Toronto.............. 35 Ottawa 35 -3 8 -13 -2 10-12 -4 -I -18 A -9 -23 -8 8 -13 -7 9 -13 -6 -9 -23 -3 -7 -22 -8 6 -14 Swift Current Yorkton Moose Jaw Thompson North Bay... 0 10 -12 -3 -3 -19 -1 0 -18 -9 -11 -24 -2 14 -10 Montreal Quebec St. John's....... Halifax......... Charlottetown Fredericton..... Chicago Minneapolis......... New York Miami 75 Boston 46 Washington 60 Los Angeles.......... 67 San Diego 64 San Francisco........ 58 Denver.............. 51 Las Vegas 72 Phoenix 77 Honolulu............. 83 Mexico City.......... 73 2 23 -5 2 21 A 2 22 -6 4 30 -1 6 32 0 4 30 -1 7 29 -2 1 20 -7 -3 12 -II 10 36 2 24 68 20 8 36 2 16 39 4 19 51 11 18 49 9 14 51 11 11 31 -1 22 43 6 25 45 7 28 71 22 23 46 8 Up to Factory Cash Rebate riAMC United Motors Co. Ltd. 3rd 3rd St. S. Phone 327-2805 (Serving Southern Alberta Over 'A Century) AMA ROAD REPORT as ot 8 a.m. Feb. 27. Highway 3: Fort Macleod to British Columbia Boundary Mostly bare. Oc- casional slippery sections. Highway 5: Lethbridge to Cardilon and Waterton Mostly bare with oc- casional slippery sections. Highway 6: Pincher Creek to Walerlon Mostly bare. Slippery sections. Highway 2: Fort Macleod to Cardston and Carway Mostly bare. Occasional slippery sections. Trans Canida: Calgary to Banff Mostly bare and dry with occasional slippery sections. Banff to Golden Generally bare. Slippery sections. Has not been plowed or sanded in Banff National Park. Golden to Rogers Pass and Revelstoke One inch new snow. Chains required atGlacier hill. Watch for black ice on snowshcd areas. Extremely slippery throughout. Extreme caution is ad- vised. All other highways in the Southern Alberta district are reported to be bare and dry. Note: No National Parks are open this morning due to strike action which will last indefinitely. PORTS OF KNTRY opening and closing limes: Carway 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Chief Mountain, Closed; Cbutis open 24 hours; Del Ronita 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Kingsgate open 24 hours; PorthUl Rykcrts 7 a.m. to II p.m. (Times: MoHntain Slindirdl. Lougheed confirms petrochemical plants planned FORT McMURRAY (CP) Any new petrochemical plants built in Alberta won't be located in Fort McMurray, Premier Peter Lougheed said Wednesday. Mr. Lougheed said in an interview after a campaign stop that encouraging petrochemical development in this northeast Alberta com- munity would run counter to his government's policy of diversifying industry in Alber- ta. "It would be unlikely we would establish new plants in Fort he said. "People in other areas of the province may question the wisdom of pushing more in- dustries into a boom area." Mr. Lougheed also verified a statement made by Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Don who also visited the area, that the government was looking to es- tablishment of "a series" of petrochemical plants in the province. Mr. Lougheed said "complicated arrangements between a number of interests" must still be negotiated before his govern- ment is ready to announce its plans for petrochemical developments in Alberta. The premier declined com- ment on a statement made by NDP leader Grant Notley that the government was prepared to substantially subsidize any new petrochemical plants in Alberta. Mr. Notley said this week he had obtained con- fidential provincial cabinet Taylor maps platform for senior citizens LoU Cilv WARMER WEATHER CONTINUES Synopsis The fine weather will still prevail for today and tomorrow. High temperatures are expected to be in the mid thirties for the norlh and near 40 for the southern areas. Normal temperatures for this time of the year range from 15 above north to near 35 south. Forecast Lelhbridge, Calgary Today. Mostly sunny. Highs near 40. Overnight lows near 20- Friday. Sunny with highs near 40. Medicine Hat Today. Mainly sunny. Highs near 35. Overnight lows near 15. Friday. Sunny with highs near 35. Edmonton Today. Sunny. Highs 35 to 40. Lows overnight near 15. Friday. Sunny with highs near 40. Banff Today. Mainly sunny. Highs near 40. Lows tonight near 20. Friday. Sunny with highs near 45. Columbia, Koolenay Mostly cloudy today. Cloudy Friday with a few snow flurries. High today and Friday in the mid 30s. Lows tonight near 10 above. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Variable cloudiness with mild temperatures to- day and Friday. Gusty winds today with a few snow showers in the mountains. Highs both days 35 to 50. Lows tonight 15 to 25. West of Continental Divide Variable cloudiness today and Friday. Few snow showers in the mountains spreading into the valleys late Friday. Highs both days 35 to 45. Lows tonight 15 to 25. Cross-Canada Weather Canadian weather picture today: British Columbia Cloudy with rain coastal in the areas. Occasional snowflurries inland. Alberta Sunny and mild. Saskatchewan Sunny and mild. Manitoba Mostly sunny. Ontario Sunny in the northwest. Cloudy with snowflurries in the north. Sunny with cloudy periods in the south. Quebec Mainly cloudy and windy with a-few snowflurries. Maritime Provinces Mostly sunny, but snowflurries in the northwest. Isolated snowflurries elsewhere. Newfoundland Sunny except cloudy with snowflurries on the west coast. Weather around the World Weather conditions and temperatures around the world between midnight and 3 a.m. local times. Aberdeen 39 cloudy, Amsterdam 32 clear, Ankara 32 cloudy, Antigua 75 clear, Athens 41 partly cloudy, Auckland 72 drizzle, Berlin 30 clear, Birmingham 30 clear. Brussels 39 clear, Cairo 55 clear, Casablanca 57 partly cloudy, Copenhagen 28 clear, Dublin 43 clear, Geneva 28 clear, Hong Kong 68 clear, Lisbon 57 cloudy, London 39 haze, Madrid 41 clear, Malta 46 clear, Manila 73 partly cloudy, Moscow 18 clear. New Delhi 54 clear, Nice 46 clear, Oslo 12 clear, Paris39 clear, Peking23 smoke Rome 43 clea r, Saigon 75 clear, Seoul 27 clear, Sofia 25 snow, Stockholm 27 clear, Sydney clear, Taipei 66 drizzle, Teheran 39 clear, Tel Aviv 48 partly cloudy, Tokyo 37 cloudy. Tunis 45 rain, Vienna 30 clear, Warsaw 32 partly cloudy. Temperatures Sun sets tonight at rises at on Friday High Low Regina EDMONTON (CP) Senior citizens could be used as agricultural and business consultants to third world countries, Alberta Liberal Leader Nick Taylor said Wednesday. Revealing his party plat- form on the elderly at a news conference, Mr. Taylor said such a foreign aid program could form part of a senior citizens' expertise centre. He said there is a demand, particularly in Africa and Asia, for expertise at a more basic level than that supplied by universities and professional groups. For example, retired farmers could demonstrate the use of a mule and walking plow. The expertise centre could also enable senior citizens to organize social service Candidates9 calendar CYPRESS: Barry Bernhardt, Social Credit Today Canvassing in the Grassy Lake area. Friday Opening second campaign headquarters in Foremost, morning. Alan Hyland, Conservative Today Canvassing in Grassy Lake area. Friday Canvassing in Walsh area, all day. Saturday Canvassing in Irvine, ail day. LETHBRIDGE EAST: Bessie Annand, New Democrat Today Addressing a preschool parent group. Saturday Campaigning at shopping malls, afternoon. Addressing Lethbridge and district Labor Council banquet. Dick Johnston, Conservative Today Campaigning in North Lethbridge. Friday Canvassing in South Lethbridge, afternoon and evening. Saturday Campaigning in shopping centres, morning. Canvassing, after- noon. LETHBRIDGE WEST: John Gogo, Conservative Friday Canvassing in Lethbridge, at Rehabilitation Society Workshop in the morning. Saturday Open house at campaign headquarters, 713 4th Ave. S. LITTLE BOW: Ray Speaker, Social Credit Today Campaigning in Queenstown. Friday Campaigning in Herronton area, morning, Blackie area, afternoon. Saturday Opening Vauxhall campaign headquarters, morning; opening Vulcan headquarters, afternoon. MACLEOD: John Walker, Conservative Friday Campaigning Granum area, afternoon, meeting campaign workers in Picture Butte, evening. TABER-WARNER Brian Atnan, New Democrat Friday Campaigning in Coutts, Milk River areas. Saturday Campaigning in Taber area. Bob Bogle, Conservative Today Premier Peter Lougheed to rally in the Taber Community Centre at 8 p.m. Other Conservative candidates in attendance. Werner Schmidt, Social Credit Today Campaigning in Coaldale area. Friday Campaigning throughout riding, banquet in Taber, evening. programs and help in day care centres for children, taking advantage "of the oldest bond known to mankind between the very old and the very young." Mr. Taylor also said supplemental allowance payments to persons over 65 should be increased to guarantee a minimum monthly income of or a year. "In view of the total wealth of the Province of Alberta, 'there is no reason for our senior citizens to suffer in the face of continued inflation." In another major policy plank, he said the payment of taxes by senior citizen homeowners should be waived from age 65 until death, and then paid without interest from the estate. The provincial government would guarantee a prime interest rate on the taxes payable so the municipality wouldn't lose money, or, alternately, the province could pay the taxes annually and be reimbursed from the estate. This would give the elderly much needed cash flow, said Mr. Taylor. "Our senior citizens should not have to live poor and die rich." He also said a senior citizens' advocate office should be established to co ordinate the three levels of government enable senior citizens to effectively deal with the ever increasing problem of government and bureaucratic red documents indicating the government was prepared to proceed with a petrochemical scheme that would cost (850 million in provincial com- mittments. "Mr. Notley is dealing off brief the 'premier said. "I don't know how they got into his hands." Mr. Lougheed also said his government might encourage the development of an agricultural industry in Fort McMurray. Decisions withheld CALGARY (CP) NDP Leader Grant Notley said Wednesday that the Progressive Conservative government in Alberta has been reluctant to disclose some important decisions. Campaigning for the March 26 provincial Mr. Notley told a luncheon meeting the opposition had to exert pressure to learn the names of businessmen who received loans from the Alberta Opportunity Co. He also said the government refused to disclose the salary and benefits of the president of the Alberta Energy Co., which gets half of its funding from the provincial government. Come to ..Calgary Where the leaders are TODAY Nick Taylor, leader of the Liberal parly, will campaign in his home con- stituency of Calgary Glen more and speak at a nominating meeting in Calgary Buffalo constituency. NDP leader Grant Notley will hold a morning news conference in Edmon- ton. Premier Peter Lougheed will be in Cardslon for a noon luncheon meeting and in Taber for an evening rally. Werner Schmidt. Social Credit leader, will campaign in his home con- stituency of Taber Warner and attend a nominating meeting in Cardston. FRIDAY, FEB. 28, 1975. Grant Notley, New Democratic Party leader, will spend the day mainstreeting and canvassing in Spirit River Fairview constituency. He will open a winter carnival at Rycroft in the evening and then travel to Manning for the party's Peace River nominating convention. Premier Peter Lougheed will make media appearances in Lethbridge and spend some time at Conservative party headquarters in Calgary. Liberal leader Nick Taylor will speak at a nominating meeting in Cochrane. where the party will select a candidate to contest Banff constituency. Social Credit leader Werner Schmidt will spend the day in Taber Warner constituency. Wholesale price of sugar cut NEW YORK Two of the leading sugar refiners in the United States announced Tuesday reductions in their wholesale prices. Sucrest Corp. and Amstar Corp. announced Tuesday they reduced prices to U.S. wholesale customers by two cents to 47.5 cents a pound for granulated sugac and 47 cents a pound for liquid sugar. Refiners attribute the 60- percent drop in wholesale sugar prices since last Nov. 25 to a reduction in raw sugar costs. On world sugar markets Tuesday, futures contracts were down sharply. He said the province now is working on a study to assess the agricultural potential of the area. If the es- tablished a potential and it did not conflict with current agricultural developments in Alberta, provincially owned land might be freed for far- ming, the premier said. He also said he had a "positive feeling" about the performance of northeastern Alberta commissioner R. V. (Vic) Henning. Mr, Henning had been accepted by people in Fort McMurray because he had approached them on a "co operative" basis, he said. Mr. Lougheed's speech to about 300 party supporters dwelt largely on issues he has emphasized since the cam- paign for the March 26th provincial election began. He spoke of how future Albertans would benefit from his proposed Heritage Trust which would be funded by sur- plus oil revenues. The Dining Room Dine in the wann congenial atmo- sphere of our well-appointed dining room. Fine food, attentive service and a comprehensive wine list. You'll enjoy dining with us. Call on us soon. r LETHBRIDGE 421 Mayor Magrath Drive 328-1111 Weekend For Two For One Night Regular Rale 1 nighl I FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY Children rise Present this coupon upon arrival. Expires May 31 Telex03-825678 CARRIAGE 9030 Macleod Trail S E Our lee is remarkably low. And, if the Tax Department notifies you of a reassessment on your return, H R Bloek is available to help you all year at no extra cost. I'll never do my own taxes again! THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 815-ThirdAv. South BIO-IMh St. North Open 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Weekdays 9-5 Saturday CENTRE VILLAGE MALL KIOSK Open 8-5 Daily Fri. Ill 9 Phone 329-3632 OP.EN TONIGHT NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY CASA DEL MONTE LAST CHANCE To make us your offer on this luxurious home, located at 1658 Scenic Heights, Hurry, and add your offer with those we have already received. We are going to sell it, to the most reasonable offer, closest to or over. This is far below cost. Phone 328-3707 for an appointment to view or make your offer. Rink fumes code urged GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) The Grande Prairie Parks and Recreation board wants the province to set standards for carbon monoxide levels in The board heard a report which said levels in the city's Memorial Arena are safe for people using the facility for a few hours, but approaching the danger level for employees in the arena for eight hours or more at one time. The board asked for the report after Edmonton arenas were found to have dangerous- ly high levels. Teacher candidate EDMONTON (CP) Roy Landreth, a 36 year old teacher, was nominated Wednesday night to run in Ed- monton Klngsway in the March 26 provincial election for the Liberal party. The name tells you it's an exceptional whisky. DOUBLE DISTILLED Canadian Whisky The name also tells you why it tastes so good CANADIAN DISTILLERS LIMITED ;