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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Weather H Hlih Prowurt L Low Pnwiin Cold Front Wirm Front Synopsis It was cloudy overnight across -the forecast district with most regions reporting some snowflurry activity. Temperatures ranged from 15 to 20 above in the south to near zero in the north. The coldest area was in the northeast'corner of Alberta near Lake Athabasca where under clear skies the temperature had plummeted to near 40 below by 4 a.m. Today: An Arctic high pressure area will drop southward from the Northwest Territories. This will bring clearing from the north especially during the after- noon and evening to the central and southern regions of the district. This will allow overnight temperatures on Wednesday to drop below zero in most cases. Tonight: Another weak system will move into the southern Yukon spreading an area of snowflurry activity into northeastern British Columbia and Northern Alberta by Wednesday morning. Forecast Lethbridge, Medicine Hat Today: Cloudy with light snowflurries. Highs near 25 above. Wednesday: Mainly sunny but colder. Lows 5 to 10 below. Highs near 15 above. Calgary Today: Cloudy. A few light flurries. Sunny this afternoon. Colder. Highs 10 to 15 above. Wednesday: Mainly sunny. Lows 10 to 15 below. Highs near 10 above. Columbia, Kootenay Cloudy today with occasional light snow flurries, clearing this evening. Highs near 20. Wednesday: Mainly sunny with cloudy periods in the evening. Lows zero to 10. High near 20. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Mostly sunny today. Variable cloudiness tonight and Wednesday with periods of light snow east portion. Colder east Wednesday. Highs both days 10 to 20 except zero to 10 above east portion Wednesday. Lows tonight zero to 15 below. West of Continental Divide Periods of light snow today ending tonight. Wednesday partly cloudy. Highs both days 15 to 25. Lows tonight 5 below to 5 above. Cross-Canada Weather Canadian weather picture today: British Columbia Sunny in the north. Snowflurries in the south. Clearing this afternoon. Alberta Cloudy with light snowflurries in most regions. Sunny and colder in northern regions. Saskatchewan South with variable cloudiness and a few snowflurries. Highs zero to 15 above. Sunny in the north. Highs zero to 20 below. Manitoba Patchy cloudiness and cold in the southern regions. Clear and cold in the central and northsm regions. Ontario Mainly sunny. Cloudy periods in the southern regions. Highs 20 to 30 in the south and 15 above to 15 below in the north. Quebec Mainly sunny. Highs five to 20 above. New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island Cloudy with sunny periods and a few snowflurries. Highs 20 to 30. Newfoundland Becoming mostly cloudy with a few snowflurries. Highs 10 to 20. Weather around the World Weather conditions and temperatures around the world between midnight and .'i a.m. local times. Aberdeen 34 clear, Amsterdam 39 rain, Ankara 32 cloudy, Antigua 77 partly cloudy, Athens 48 clear, Auckland 75 cloudy, Berlin 37 drizzle, Birmingham 41 cloudy, Brussels 39 .partly cloudy, Cairo 55 clear, Casablanca 48 clear, Copenhagen 37 rain, Dublin 36 'cloudy, Geneva 37 rain, Hong Kong 55 cloudy, Lisbon 52 partly. cloudy, London 43 cloudy, Madrid 46 cloudy, Malta 55 partly cloudy, Manila 11 below cloudy, Moscow 33 cloudy, New Delhi 50 clear, Nice 52 clear, Oslo 30 rain, Paris 39 drizzle, Peking 14 clear, Rome 55 rain, Saigon 75 cloudy, Seoul 19 clear, Sofia. 25 partly cloudy, Stockholm 36 cloudy, Sydney 68 clear, Taipei 61 cloudy, Teheran 25 cloudy, Tel Aviv 50 partly cloudy, Tokyo 41 haze, Tunis 55 partly cloudy, Vienna 37 cloudy, Warsaw 28 clear. Temperatures Sun sets tonight at rises at on Wednesday -2 9 -1 10 Bay 19 -4 13 ___ 17 Edmonton 19 -7 13 -11 ..20 -7 11 15 Brandon 3 Banff Coronation 19 -7 10 -12 23 -5 10 -12 31 -1 13 4 Thunder Bay 12 Vermilion -8 7 -14 37 3 33 12 Prince Rupert Prince George 3 27 -3 19 -7 10 28 Ottawa 19 Kamloops -7 17 -8 ..37 -3 28 19 0 North Battleford 0 35 Saskatoon Swift Current 14 -10 -2 -19 ..24 -4 17 Fredericton 21 -10 -1 -18 -6 4 -16 -26 -50 -46 -7 3 -16 -8 0 -18 -9 2 -17 -16 -13 -25 -17 -9 -23 -20 -12 -24 -11 -17 -27 -15 -12 -11 -11 1 -17 -12 -27 -33 -2 20 -7 -7 12 -11 -7 5-15 -1 -18 7 -14 8 -8 4 -16 0 -18 AS MUCH AS 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 AMA ROAD REPORT it of 8 a.m. today. Highway 3: Lelbbridge to Medicine Hat Mainly bare with light covering of loose snow. Lethbridge to Fort Macleod Snowing lightly. Mostly bare in driving lanes with occasional slippery sections. Fort Macleod to British Columbia Boun- dary Generally bare with occasional slippery sections. Snowing lightly at present. Highway 4: Lelhbridge to Coutls Snowing lightly. Mostly bare. Highway 5: Lethbrldge to Cardslon and Walerton Mostly bare with a light covering of loose snow. Highway 6: Pincher Creek to Waterton Mostly bare with a light covering of loose snow. Highway 2: Fort Macleod to Calgary Loose snow covering and occasional slippery sections. Calgary to Red Deer Snow covered with W new snow. Red Deer to Edmonton Snow covered with 4" of new snow. Fort Macleod to Cardslon Carway Mostly bare with a light snow covering. Highway 23: Junction Highway 3 lo Vulcan and High River Mostly tare with a light covering of new snow. Highway M: Taker lo Brooks Mostly bare with a light covering of new snow. Trans Canada: Calgary lo Medicine Hal and Swift Orrem Mostly bare with a light covering of new snow. Calgary to Banff Moldy bare in driving laws with a light covering of new snow. Banff to Golden Mostly bare in driving lanes. One inch of new snow received with occasional slippery sections. Golden to Rogers Pan and Revelltoke Snowing lightly with 1" new snow. Plowing and sanding being done at present. PORTS OF ENTRY Opening and closing limes: Carway 9 a.m. to I! p.m.; Chief Mountain, Closed; Coutls open 24 hours; Del Bonits 9a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgalcopen 24 hours; Porthill Rykerts7 a.m. to2a.m.; Rooscville7a.m. to 11 p.m. (Times: Mountain Sl.ndard) Lifeguards don't meet standards EDMONTON (CP) Some lifeguards working in the province do not meet minimum government re.- quirements, says Ron Kirstein, provincial technical chairman of the Royal Life Saving Society. He said provincial stan- dards, accepted by the depart- ment of the environment, are low and often not enforced, and many lifeguards still squeak by with minimum standards. Government spokesmen say a review o'f lifeguard stan- dards is beginning but Mr. Kirstein said he has heard it before. Part of the blame belonged with employers who pay low salaries apd offer no upgrading programs. Existing standards. call for retesting of lifeguards once every 18 months but many work on a part time basis so the qualification period is 'too long, he said. Mr. Kirstein said the minimum age 'of 18 is the re- quirement overlooked most often but he believes the re- quirement could be reduced. Syncrude situation serous FORT McMURRAY (CP) President Glen Bowden of the Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce said Monday the public does not expect closure of the Syncrude Canada Ltd. project, but "I've got news for the public it's on its way to closure." He said in an interview that it has appeared someone would come to the aid of the project so there has been little public concern. "I can tell you, it's a serious situation and we in Fort McMurray should be express- ing our concern." He said he plans to discuss the problem in a meeting this week with Premier Peter Lougheed. Mr. Bowden said he is convinced .that although Syncrude may be willing to extend its 'Jan. 31 deadline by a few days, it is firm in its in- tention to close the plant un- less the consortium comes up with billion. He quotes Syncrude presi- dent Frank Spragins as saying that if the concern did not recejve the billion, the company would send out 500 telegrams cancelling every order and would shut down the olant instantly. Clark plan shot down OTTAWA (CP) Govern- ment decisions are influenced increasingly by senior ad- visers who are not accoun- table to Parliament, says Joe Clark (PC Rocky Moun- Officials within the prime minister's office and the privy council office have become "a government within a he told the Commons. He asked for a change in policy to allow senior advisers to testify and answer questions before parliamen- tary committees. Government house leader Mitchell Sharp said cabinet ministers should answer for government decisions, not public servants. He also rejected a sugges- tion by Mr. Clark that there are too many officials and ad- visers in senior government levels. It is important to get advice from many sources before major decisions are made, Mr. Sharp said. Student radio bids okayed OTTAWA (CP) Applications by two universi- ty student unions to operate AM radio stations have been approved by the Canadian Radio Television Com- mission. The licences, issued to the students' unions at the University of Ottawa and .the University of Calgary, expire March .11, 1978. Dateline Alberta Tundcy, January 28, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Church vote delayed Confrontation fizzles LAC LA NONNE (CP) Commercial fishing opened without a hitch on the ice' Monday as a threatened confrontation between sports and commercial fishermen failed to materialize. The lake, 40 miles northwest of Edmonton, is heavily used by sports fishermen summer and winter and many have blamed com- mercial operations for poor sports angling in recent months. There had been threats that if commercial fishing were allowed to continue, there could be violence, such as cutting of nets. But there' was none of that Monday as about 70 commer- cial fishermen arrived, setting out about yards of nets. EDMONTON (CP) A planned vote on the union of the United, Anglican and Christian (Disciples of Christ) churches will have to be post- poned, says Dr. Nelson Mercer of Calgary, president of the United Church's Alberta Conference. A joint commission of the three churches was to present a 108-page report on union to the Anglican and United churches' national bodies in June but so many proposed revisions have been received by the commission it can't get the final report ready, Dr. Mercer said. A revised plan cannot go to the national bodies now until 1977 because they meet every second year, he said. "From soundings we have taken in the presbyteries and at the last general council which voted to accept the interim plan there was quite remarkable support in the United Church for the plan as it he said. He said among the problems is that some Anglicans are having trouble accepting the role of bishops outlined in the plan. GIVE TO BANGLADESH TORONTO (CP) Cana- dian United Church members have donated .more than 000 to a Bangladesh hunger fund, the church said Monday. The fund was started by moderator Rt. Rev. Wilbur K. at the end of November. Strike vote sought 'CALGARY (CP) Caretakers and maintenance workers in the Calgary Catholic school system Sun- day overwhelmingly rejected a conciliator's proposal and voted to apply for a strike vote. Dave Adams, national representative of the Cana- dian Union of Public Employees, said 157 out of 159 votes were cast against accepting the proposal of con- ciliator Les Taylor. He said the same number voted in favor of holding a government supervised strike vote Feb. 3, The application for the strike vote was sent to the provincial department Monday. Alberta should WETASKIWIN (CP) If the Syncrude consortium pulls out of the oil sands project in northeastern Alberta Jan. 31 a deadline they have set un- less further financing can be obtained the Alberta government should sue for breach of contract, Grant Notley, leader of the Alberta New Democratic Party says. Mr. Notley, in an interview, said "if they are going into these things and make a contractural agreement with the government of Alberta, they have to keep their part of the bargain." 'Pouring money down rat hole' CALGARY (CP) Calgary Mayor Rod Sykes says government should not invest in the Syncrude oil sands pro- ject in northeastern Alberta. "There is no way the provin- cial government can put tax- payers' money into a speculative development like Syncrude if private industry says it is too he told the Calgary Labor Council an- nual meeting. "That would be like pouring money down a rat hole." Instead, the provincial and federal governments should encourage foreign and Cana- dian investors in oil sands development, the mayor said. INJU SHOES CONTINUES! SHORT AND DISCONTINUED LINES OF WOMEN'S SHOES Regular loS30.HO NOW 9 99 ALL WINTER BOOTS 20% OFF SELECTION OF WINTER BOOTS Regular to S40.00 NOW 10 99 BALANCE OF REGULAR STOCK 20% OFF SPRING SHOES NOW ARRIVING SELECTION OF WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES Rtg.loS3S.00 NOW SHOES Rig. 10 14- SELECTION OF HANDBAGS 10% OFF SELECTION OF MEN'S SHOES 12" WORLD OF SHOES 317A Sixth SlrMt South Now you don't have to be rich to have a tax dodge. This tax dodge is for the average working person, and it's perfectly legal. Because the Government wants you to save for retirement, they are prepared to give you a 'legal tax dodge. The amount of tax money you can save is very worthwhile. For example, if you're married .with two depen- dent children, and earned last year, your tax saving could amount to over Here's what the Government says you can do. Within specified limits you can deposit part of your earned income each year, in a Canada Trust Retirement Savings Plan and deduct an equal amount from your taxable income. Less taxable income less tax for the Tax Man. It's that simple. (And if both husband and wife work, both can set up a Plan.) Even if you're already in a pension plan at work, you can still take advantage of this tax saving. Because of rising inflation, a company pension may not be enough to guarantee you a comfortable retirement on its own. Here's an opportunity for you to have more money when you retire, and save on your income tax while you're at it. If you're short of cash you can still get in. Wfe can loan you the money to start a Plan. In most cases, right> on the spot, and with no red tape. Wfe call it our "Instant Retirement Savings And get this tax dodge! The interest on the loan is also tax deductible. Your money isn't locked in forever. With a Canada Trust Retirement Savings Plan there is no obliga- tipn to make future deposits and no sales commission to pay Should you decide to forget the whole thing, you can get your money out. (But if you do', you' II have to pay the appropriate income tax.) March 1st is the deadline. If you decide you want to save on your 1974 taxes, better do it by March 1st. That's the deadline the Government has set. Nobody, not even the rich, can use this tax dodge after that. And here's the Grabber. Win one of four Ford Maverick Clabbers. For an opportunity to win, all you have to do is deposit or more in a Canada Trust Retirement Savings Plan by the March 1st deadline. The first four names drawn will each win a brand new Ford Maverick Grabber! (After correctly answering an arithmetical, time-limited, skill-testing question.) So Grab all the tax savings you can by March 1st and you may grab yourself a Grabber too. What's more, if you win a Grabber, and you made your deposit by February alsti win gallons of gas. This contest and the rules are available only at Canada Trust branches in Ontario, The Prairie Provinces and B.C. Canada Trust CALGARY-8th Ave. S.W at 2nd Si. 262-7911 Mall (West Street entrance) 286-1481 Soulhcentre (Entrance near The Bay) 281-1101 EDMONTON- lOOlh St. al 101A Ave. 429-2651 RED DEER -4928 Ross 346-3344 LETHBRIDGE-3rd Ave. at 7ih St. S. 327-8581 MEDICINE HAT -3rd St. at 5th Ave. S.E. 527-2222 REGINA Scarth al Victoria Park 522-6643 SASKATOON 2nd Ave. N. at 22nd St. E. 652-5313 MOOSE JAW 318 Main 692-1801 WINNIPEG Portage at Fort 943-0701 BRANDON 636 Rosser 727-6459 ;