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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Mondty, Mirch 3, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 UNITED MOTORS Candidates9 calendar Commission may be using loophole CO. LTD. Weather V. WkirhoA Pricipitilion H High Prmuri L Low Prusun rr Cold Front Wirm From NO PRECIPITATION EXPECTED Synopsis Tonight most of the regions north of Calgary were cloudy with snowllurries or extensive fog. However gradual clearing is expected today as the Arctic air retreats toward northern regions giving Chinook conditions along the mountains and mild temperatures into Central and Southern Alberta. Forecast Lelhbridge, Medicine Hot Today. Sunny with brisk westerly winds. Highs near 45. Lows tonight around 25 Tuesday. Mostly sunny. Highs around 45. Cilgary Extensive fog dissipating this morning. Sunny this afternoon. Brisk westerly winds. Highs near 10. Lows around 25. Tuesday. Mostly sunny. Highs around 40 Columbia Koolenay Variable cloud with showers today. Highs in the upper 30s to low 40s. Clear with a Tew cloudy periods and isolated flurries tonight and Tuesday. Lows 20 to 25 except near 30 in a few southern communities. Highs Tues- day 35 to 40. MONTANA Eist of Continental Divide Variable cloudiness west. Scattered rain or snow showers east today. Mostly sunny and continued mild Tuesday Highs 40 to 50 today. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Highs Tuesday <5 to 55. Weil of Continental Divide Widely scattered showers mostly mountains today. Clearing tonight. Partly cloudy Tuesday with scattered showers developing late Tuesday. Continued mild. Highs 45 to 55. Lows 30s. Cross-Canada Weather Canadian weather picture today: British Columbia Showers with a few snowflurries in the north. Alberla Mostly cloudy and mild Saskatchewan Increasing cloudiness with a few periods of snow and locally strong winds. Manitoba Mostly sunny and relatively mild. Ontario Mostly cloudy with occasional light snow in the north. Windy and cold. Snowsqualls in Ice of lakes in the south. Quebec Mostly cloudy with snowflurries. Except snow and blowing snow in the east. Maritime Provinces Cloudy with snowflurries. Newfoundland Cloudy with snow and blowing snow. Mixed with rain in the southeast. Weather around the World Weather conditions and temperatures around the world between midnight and 3 a.m. local limes. Aberdeen 43 cloudy, Amsterdam 45 clear, Ankara 27 clear, Antigua 77 partly cloudy, Athens 54 partly cloudy, Auckland 70 cloudy, Berlin 41 clear, Birmingham 41 cloudy, Brussels 46 cloudy, Cairo 52 clear, Casablanka clear, Copenhagen 34 fog, Dublin 46 rain, Geneva 46 rain, Hong Kong 66 rain, Lisbon 52 clear, London 46 drizzle, Madrid 4fl drizzle, Malta 52 clear, Manila 77 clear, Moscow 88 clear, New Delhi 64 clear, Nice 48 clear, Oslo 32 fog, Paris 4fl clear, Peking 30 cloudy, Rome 43 clear, Saigon 75 clear, Seoul 52 clear, Sofia 36 clear, Stockholm 32 cloudy, Sydney 72 partly cloudy, Taipei 81 haze, Tehran 36 clear, Tel Aviv 46 partly cloudy, Tokyo 39 cloudy, Tunis 54 cloudy, Vienna 37 haze, Warsaw 30 clear. CYPRESS: Barry Bernbirdl, Social Credit Tonight At Foremost and District Chamber of Commerce meeting, Tuesday Campaigning In Allerston, Clarlnda and Watt areas, all day. Allen Enf, Ntw Democrat Tonight At Foremost and District Chamber of Commerce meeting, Tuesday Campaigning In Monyberrles area. Wednesday -r Campaigning in Foremost area. Alan Hyland, Coniervallve Tonight Foremost and District Chamber of Commerce meeting, Tuesday Campaigning In Elkwater, all day. Wednesday Campaigning In Schuler, all day. LETHBRIDGE EAST: Bessie Annand, New Democrat Tonight At campaign headquarters, 323 14th St. S., alter 9. Tuesday Speaking to City of Lelhbridge members of CUPE Local 70, fl p.m. Meeting executive of Alberta Federation of Labor at campaign headquarters at 9; 15 p.m. Wednesday Speaking to the Lelhbridge Branch of the Civil Service Association, p.m. i Dick Jobation, Cooiervative Tonight Campaigning in the southwest region of the constituency. Social Credit Tonight Nomination of a candidate, Park Plaza Motor Hotel, al fl. Provin- cial leader Werner Schmidt guest speaker. LETHBRIDGE WEST: Ian Whlshaw, New Democrat Tonight At campaign headquarters, 323 I4lh St. S. after 9. Tuesday Speaking to members CUPE Local 70 at 8 p.m. Meeting Alberta Federation of Labor executive. Wednesday Speaking to Lethbridge Branch Civil Service Association al LITTLE BOW: Ray Speaker, Social Credit Today Campaigning al Bran I. Tuesday Campaigning at Berrywater, morning, Milo, afternoon. Wednesday Campaigning in Lomond area, all day. MACLEOD: Bill Olahon, Liberal Tonight Campaigning in Granum area. Tuesday Campaigning Slavery area, afternoon and evening. Wednesday Campaigning in John Walker, Conservative Tonight Meeting with Unifarm officials Tuesday Rally in Claresholm with Premier Peter Loughccd in attendance, al the composite high school, 8 p.m. TABER-WARNER: Brian Arnnn, New Democrat Tuesday Campaigning in Warner area, afternoon. Where the leaders are TUESDAY Premier Peter Lougheed will be in High River for a noon luncheon and in Claresholm for an evening public rally. Liberal leader Nick Taylor will be at a nominating convention in Hanna Oyen constituency. Werner Schmidt, leader of the Social Credit party, will spend the day in Taber Warner, his home riding. NDP leader Grant Nolley will hold a morning news conference in Edmonton. He will visit NDP committee rooms and do selective canvassing in Edmonton in the afternoon, then travel to Hinton for an evening public meeting. He will slay in Hinton overnight. Students race loose balloon EDMONTON (CP) High school students were involved in a balloon race with a difference Friday. There was only one balloon involved and they did the racing on the ground. The race started unex- pectedly about 10 a.m. as the students, most of them from Harry Ainlay Composite High School, were preparing the cubic foot, six-storey high balloon for its fifth tethered flight of the day when it broke away. Quickly rising to 300 feet, it hovered for some time before being caught in air currents. Then the chase' was on as the clear plastic, 60-foot diameter balloon moved in a southeasterly direction. Air traffic control officials were notified and the balloon was spotted at feet five H. J. Taylor, regional civil aviation controller, said controllers watched the balloon's flight path visually and on radar and were able, to keep aircraft clear. The chase continued on the ground as the balloon was borne by a leisurely five-mile- an-hour breeze, rising at times as high as feet and as low as 250 feet. At about p.m. the fading sun cooled the air in- side and the runaway came to rest midway between Camrose and Viking after covering an estimated 50 miles. Jim Bird, a university student, said the balloon's designers plan to continue their tethered flight trials, "but next time we'll use im- proved rope so it won't break away again." Sue sels tonight at riies at on 21 1 25 6 .15 miles south of the city, at about About The NEW INVISIBLE Multicocal Lens (MULTILUX) F C F C Swift Current 31 -1 Medicine Hat 34 1 29 jfoose Jaw 25 -i 6 High Level 17 -8 11-10 North Bay 24 A Grande Prairie 30 L 15 -9 Regina 19 -7 I OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION Edsnn 2fl -2 14-10 Brandon 12 -11 -17 Rocky Mountain House 2fl -2 24 -4 Winnipeg 13 -11 -14 Mitro Edmonton i. 25 -4 19 -7 Thunder Bay 20-7 2 11 4 2 1 4 -a -2 -3 -t Jasper 34 -1 21 -S The Pas 19 -T -7 Banff 45 7 33 1 Dauphin 14-10-12-Coronation 27-3 24 -4 White River 14-10 TEEN BURGER TUESDAY Teen Burger Reg. TUESDAY ONLY at Both Locations 210 3rd South 1607 Mayor Magrath Prince Rupert 44 7 36 2 Montreal 30 -1 Prince George 35 2 32 0 Quebec 30 -1 Penlicton 45 7 35 Vancouver 58 35 2 Halifax 36 2 Prince Albert 22 -6 0 -18 Charlottelown 30 -1 n MAC Una! RI06I IF United Motors ELf Qualified Stiff Jim Campbell mf service manager Jim Cflmpofll' Jim and his friendly staff invite their many friends and acquaintances to upe UNITED MOTORS reliable service. Please come in; we are sure you will appreciate quality of workmanship and service (hat United Is known for. United Motors Co. Ltd. 302 3 Avenu. South Phorw "Serving the South for a V< AMA ROAD REPORT is if 1 a.m. Mirek 3. Hlgkway 1: LelkkrUge lo MnllcliK Hit Mostly bare. Occasional black ice sections. Trus Cauda: Cilfary lo Bull Mostly bare. Bull lo oktn Generally jarc. Some black ice sections. Plowing and sanding as required. lo Rogers Pass Up lo 5" new snow on summit. Some very slippery sections. Slushy sections. Plowing and sanding throughout. Note: Small slides between Golden and Yoho Weslgale. All other highways In the Southern Alberta district are reported to be mostly bare and dry. PORTS OF ENTRY iimlH iN clnlif limes: Carway 1 a.m. lo 1 p.m.; Mountain. Closed; CoutU open 24 hours; Del 1 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Kingsgate open 24 hours; Porthlll Rykerts 7 a.m. lo II p.m. (Times: Minuta CALGARY (CP) The Alberta Petroleum Marketing Commission may be using a technical legal distinction to circumvent federal taxation or oil royalties paid to the provincial government by oil companies. The commission has sent a letter to Alberta oil producers declaring that its present method of receiving the provinces royalty share of oil production does not involve the traditional concept of royalties. Under procedures which went into effect in December, oil producers on crown leases deliver the royalty share of their production to the com- mission, which sells the oil itself. Between March, when the commission began operation, and last November, the producer sold the .production and later turned the province's royalty share over to the commission. CALLS OFF CHINA TRIP BONN- (AP) West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, recovering from pneumonia and pleurisy, has postponed plans to visit China in March on the advice of his physicians, a spokesman said Friday. Schmidt's condition has improved substantially but he will need some time to recuperate fully, the spokesman said. The commission now main- tains this does not involve ac- tual payment of royalties since under present practice the province's share of production is taken in kind and the producers no longer pay any royalty. The commission maintains that between March and November the oil producers were acting as idents for the commission and did not ac- tually make a royalty payment. The commission letter was sent out after oil producers received tax forms from Ot- tawa requesting information on payments of royalties. Several companies have ap- parently named the commis- sion as recipients of royalty payments. More than J90.6 million is involved and includes funds turned over by the commis- sion to the provincial treasury royalties from December 3il production. If the federal government rules that the money is a true royalty, the 180 oil producers will have to pay federal taxes M that amount. You Block people sure ask a lot of questions. take all the lime we need to understand your complete tax situation to make sure your taxes are as low as they can legitimately he. THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 815-3rd AVE. S. 610-13th ST. N. Open 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Weekdays 9-5 Saturday 5322 48th AVENUE TABER 1-9 p.m. Weekdays 9-5 Sat. CENTRE VILLAGE MALL KIOSK Open 9-5 Weekdays, Fri. till 9 p.m. Phone OPEN TONIGHT OINTMENT NECESSARY Removable Oven Enterprise ranges are Canadian designed since 1872 ELECTRIC RANGE This value-packed range is deservedly one of Canada's most popular; featuring deluxe handles and control knobs on ricli woodgrain glass-Faced control panel. Cooking elements include 2 arge and 2 small 4-lurn, tilt- up units, set In stainless steel rings with porcelain drip pan- s. plus timer controls are standard, along with fluorescent back light and pilot lights for all cooking elements. Smith's COLOR TV APPLIANCES MIKE MlSKULlN 236: 13th Street North Phone 328-5541 ;