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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta January 29, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Weather rncipililioii High Pressure Low Pressure Cold Front Wirm Front PRECIPITATION EXPECTED Synopsis The Arctic air is still covering all of Alberta and northeastern British Colum- bia this morning with temperatures ranging from 40 below in the extreme northeastern regions to near zero in Southern Alberta. Little change in the weather will occur over the next 48 hours as patches of clouds continue to linger over the district giving an occasional snowflurry. Forecast Lethbridge, Medicine Hal, Calgary Today: Mostly cloudy with snowflurries. Highs 10 to 15 above. Thursday: Cloudy periods. Lows near zero Highs 10 to 15 above. Edmonton Today and Thursday: Cloudy periods with a few light flurries. Highs both days 10 above. Lows tonight zero to 10 below. Banff Today: Mostly cloudy with occasional light snow. Highs 15 to 20 above. Thursday: Cloudy periods with a few light snowflurries. Lows near 5 above. Highs 15 to 20. Columbia Kootenay Cloudy today with occasional sunny periods. Highs 20 to 25. Mostly cloudy Thursday with occasional light snow flurries. Lows zero to 10. Highs near 20. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Variable cloudiness with scattered snows today and in the northeast portion Thursday. Partly cloudy west and south Thursday. Colder northeast. Highs both days 10 to 20 except zero to 10 above valleys southwest. Lows tonight 5 below to 20 below except 5 above to 5 below east slopes. West of Continental Divide Variable cloudiness with scattered snows today becoming partly sunny Thursday. Highs both days 15 to 25. Lows tonight 5 below to 5 above. Cross-Canada Weather Canadian weather picture today: British Columbia Mainly sunny with occasional cloudy periods. Continuing cold. Alberta Cloudy periods with scattered light snowflurries. Saskatchewan Mainly clear except cloudy with intermittent snow in the southern part. Highs from 10 above south to 25 below north. Manitoba Sunny. Cold in the north. Seasonal temperatures in the south. Ontario Rain, Freezing rain and snow except in the far north and west where it will be sunny and cold. Quebec Increasing cloudiness in the east. Cloudy in the west with snow beginning midday. Maritime Provinces Clouding over this afternoon. Snow beginning this evening. Highs 20 to 30. Newfoundland Mainly sunny except cloudy on the west coast. Snow flurries on shore. Windy and colder. Weather around the World Weather conditions and temperatures around the world between midnight and 3 a.m. local times. Aberdeen 34 rain, Amsterdam 43 clear, Ankara 40 partly cloudy. An-., tigua 75 clear, Athens 55 rain, Auckland 75 cloudy, Berlin 36 cloudy, Birmingham 37 clear, Brussels.43 clear, Cairo 50 clear, Casablanca 54 clear. Copenhagen 39 cloudy, Dublin 36 clear, Geneva 39 rain, Hong Kong 57 cloudy, Lisbon 52 clear, London 39 clear, Madrid 54 clear, Malta 52 partly cloudy, Manila 73 cloudy, Moscow 25 snow, New Delhi 55 partly cloudy, Nice 43 clear, Oslo 34 cloudy, Paris 46 partly cloudy, Peking 14 smoke, Rome 39 cloudy, Saigon 75 clear, Seoul 16 clear, Sofia 32 cloudy, Stockholm 36 cloudy, Sydney 68 clear, Taipei 59 haze, Teheran 27 clear, Tel Aviv 50 cloudy, Tokyo 36 clear, Tunis 59 partly cloudy, Vienna 36 clear, Warsaw 32 cloudy. Temperatures Sun sets tonight at rises at on Thursday High Low F C F C Lethbridge..........23 -5 5-15 Medicine Hat ..'.....18 -8 5 -15 Pincher Creek.......23 -6 -2-19 Vermilion...........10 -12 -12 -24 High Level.........: 0 -18 -19 -28 Edmonton ..........20 -7-10-23 Grande Prairie......22 -6 5-15 Jasper..............21 -6 2 -17 Peace River........13-11 -7-22 Banff............... 19 -7 6 -14 Edson..............21 -6 0 -18 Coronation..........13 -11 -1 .-18 Rocky Mountain House 20 -7 4 -16 Calgary.............22-6 4-16 Victoria 40 4 24 -4 Prince Rupert....... 37 3 27 -3 Prince George......20 -7 -5 -21 Kamloops...........24 4 -7-22 PenticUm...........27 -3 15 -9 Vancouver.......... 39 4 23 -5 Prince Albert.....'.. 6 -14 -19 -28 North Battleford .7 -14 -12 -24 Saskatoon........... 6 -14 -9 -23- Swift Current.......13 -II -12 -24 Yorkton ............7-14 Moose Jaw .........13 -11 -11 -24 -32 -36 North Bay.......... 19 -7 16 -9 Regina.............14 Estevan ............10 Brandon 10 Winnipeg 8 Kenora.............15 Thunder Bay........20 The Pas.........-.. -1 Dauphin............11 White River.......-.. 23 Toronto............. 35 Ottawa.............22 Montreal ...........23 Quebec.............15 St. John's...........22 Halifax.............30 Charlottetown.......IS Fredericton..........24 Chicago .............34 Minneapolis.........19 New York........... 41 Miami...............78 Boston ..............42 Washington..........51 Los Angeles..........56 San Diego ...........58 San Francisco Denver............. 44 Las Vegas.......... 47 Phoenix .............61 Honolulu.............81 6 32 0 11 39 4 13 38 3 14 34 1 11 41 5 7 12 -11 8 30 -1 16 44 7 27 69 21 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. A 3rd St. South Phono 327-2805 AMA ROAD REPORT as of 8 a.m. today. 36: Tiber to Brooks Completely snow covered and slippery. Trans Canada: Butilf IK Golden Mostly bare In driving lanes. Slippery lec- tions. Plowing and sanding in progress. Golden to Rogers and Revelstoke Mostly bare in driving lanes. Snowing lightly. Has been plowed and sanded. Watch for slippery sections. All other highways, including Trans Canada, Calgary to Banff, are reported to be mostly bare in driving lanes. Slippery sections. Light snow on shoulders and caution is advised when passing or approaching oncoming vehicles. PORTS OF ENTRY Opening and cloning limes: Carway 9 a.m. to p.m.; Chief Mountain, Closed; Coults open 24 hours; Del Bonita 9 a.m. to8p.m.; Kingsgaieopen 24 hours; Porthill Rykerts7a.m. to2a.m.; Roowvillc7 lo U p.m. {Times: MMiniain Anti-freeze death Footballers Airline price-fixing charges denied ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE (CP) RCMP of- ficials yesterday denied charges that two intoxicated residents of the O'Chiese In- dian Reserve who died after drinking anti-freeze this month were taken to jail after police were asked to take them to hospital. Joe Crooked Legs said he called the RCMP after he tried to rouse his nephew Elvis Bremner, 17, and Dewey Crooked Legs Jan. 11. He said he knew the youths had been drinking the night before. When he couldn't rouse them, he said, he remembered there was gas- line anti-freeze in the house. The RCMP travelled 45 miles to the reserve to pick up the men and returned to Rocky Mountain House, where the men were placed in cells. Sgt. Mike Linggard said it was not the understanding of the policemen who answered the call that the men be taken to hospital. Sgti Linggard said Joe Crooked Legs could have called an ambulance or taken the men to hospital in his car. He also said that at no time were the police told for cer- tain that the two had consum- ed anti-freeze. Investigation showed the men started drinking about 3 a.m. and were placed in cells here at p.m. the same day. As a precaution, they were given medication to in- duce vomiting. Bremner died about 8 p.m. the next day, four hours after the death of Dewey Crooked Legs. The two had been taken to Rocky Mountain hospital a jail guard found, at about p.m. on the day they were placed in the town cells, that Bremner did not respond when the guard tried to wake him. CONCLUDES CASE CAIRO (Reuter) The prosecution concluded Sunday its case against 92 persons charged with subversion, re- questing the death sentence for 74 of them. The defendants are alleged to have attacked Cairo's technical military academy last April, killing 11 persons and injuring 27. The trial resumes next month with defence pleas. damages VANCOUVER (CP) Damages of have been assessed against two British Columbia Lions football players for the beating of three men. Mr. Justice A. A. Mackoff said the conduct of Francis (Bud) Magi-urn and Harold Garrett Hunsperger was "outrageous and high handed and calls for an award of sub- stantial aggravated and exemplary damages." Hunsperger must pay 500 and Magrum The B.C. Supreme Court ac- tion resulted from two separate incidents last year. Victims of the beatings were Raymond Kursel, Donald Antosko and Ronald Porter, all employees of Delta Hotels Ltd. Hunsperger joined the Lions of the Canadian Football Leaaue in 1969. He was named to the league's western all star team in 1974. Magrum has played two years with the Lions! nothi new-Marchand OTTAWA (CP) Price fix- ing among airlines is nothing new and will continue with the blessing of the Canadian Tran- sport Commission Transport Minister Jean Marchand said Tuesday. Mr. Marchand said in the Commons that six Canadian airlines were within their rights in obtaining CTC approval last month for almost identical fare increases for 1975 transatlan- tic charter flights. He was responding to Pro- gressive Conservative MPs Jack Murta (Lisgar) and Perrin Beatty (Wellington- Grey-Dufferin-Waterloo) who said the airlines colluded to set higher charter fares than were proposed by foreign competitors. "Price fixing in the field of the airlines is nothing new be- cause they are part of an asso- Mr. Marchand said. "That they fix the price of journeys over the ocean is very well known and deter- mined by their association in Montreal." The airlines, Canadian Pa- cific, Air Canada, Pacific Western Airlines, Nordair, Transair and Wardair obtain- ed CTC approval for an increase of about 13 per cent in Advance Booking Charter (ABC) rates for this year. A CTC official said Wardair originally proposed lower rates but went along with a higher schedule agreed upon by the others. The rates will set the price of an ABC round-trip ticket between Toronto and-London at to depending on the season. ABC passengers must book charter .seats 60 days in advance and pay a non-returnable deposit. Some European charter air- lines have complained that they are not permitted to carry passengers to Canada at lower charter rates. A CTC of- ficial said the commission has had a policy for the last three years of forbidding foreign airlines from undercutting Canadian companies with lower fares. Mr. Beatty asked Prime Minister Trudeau if the government is considering an inquiry into all federal regulatory bodies to deter- mine whether they are "protecting the privileged1 position of industries by shielding them from competi- tion instead of representing the public interest." Mr. Trudeau said no inquiry is be- ing considered. Mr. Murta said CTC rulings should favor the company pro-, posing the lowest fares. Baby Boom ROME (Reuter) A baby boom In Italy is being attrib- uted to energy-saving measures such as no late- night television transmissions and early closings of restaurants and nightclubs. Quoting official figures, Luigi De Marchi, secretary of the Italian Family Planning Association, told a news conference here Tuesday there was a seven-per-cent increase in births from 1973 to 1974. EATS INSECTS Bufo marinus, an insect-eat- ing frog, was introduced to Hawaii in 1932. GOT YOU FLOOR TILE DRY BACK Stop in and see our selection of floor tile. We have dry back tile as advertised in three colours in a stone pattern. 0 EA. DRYER CABLE 10-3 NMD 7 RANGE CABLE 8-3 NMD 7 68' LIGHT TREND LANTERN TYPE PORCH LIGHT Make that small, but Important Im- provement now. All of our Light Trend fixtures are now reduced In price. Reg. 09 UNDERCOUNTER LIGHT Brighten up your shop or those dark storage areas. '95 MARKEL PORTABLE HEAT Has 1500 watts and is fan-forced with automatic thermostat. A great warmer at a small price. Model C61T Reg. TYPE M COPPER PIPE Just the thing for all your plumb- ing chores around the house. 13 ft. lengths. FT. ATTRACTIVE DECORATIVE CORK (3.89 fc Pack RECEPTACLE AND SWITCH BOXES Thunderbird place for all your elec- trical needs! Qf is th.00S 2 89' DISTINCTIVE PLASTIC PANELS Can be used for cabi- net facing's, room dividers, etc. 2'x4'' panel. Rtg. FOR SAFETY NIGHT LIGHT Just the thing for your child's room or a hall. lO El. CLEAR MIRROR TILE Add a distinctive touch to your dining room, bedroom, bath- room, etc. with the addition of mirror tile. Comes In 12" squares. I Store Hows: 9-6 ri. 9-9' 'Sitaraiy 9-5 We ravffw Hw rtoM to Hinll qutnNNtt. PrteM good Mmi Monctar, Frtwury Toyr ;