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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LaTTNMMDOl HUULD-t Fast action urged Former Treasury Secretary John B. Connally looks to his side during a speech in New where he said Congress should speed the confirmation proceedings of Vice-President-designate Gerald Ford. The former Texas governor also said some Congress- men schemed to make a of Ford while deliberting against President Nixon. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 38 25 .03 Pincher Creek 33 23 .05 Medicine Hat 40 28 .01 Edmonton 35 25 .10 Banff........... 34 19 .09 Calgary......... 39 22 .03 Victoria 48 38 .16 Prince George 35 27 Kamloops....... 44 31 .01 Vancouver...... 48 31 .37 Saskatoon....... 37 27 .07 Regina 38 28 .18 Winnipeg ......'.46 32 .04 Toronto......... 53 44 .55 Ottawa......... 52 42 .25 Montreal 49 41 .09 St. John's....... 51 42 .84 Halifax......... 56 48 1.35 Charlottetown 58 46 .43 Fredericton..... 57 40 .06 Chicago 50 42 .65 New York.......63 53 .25 Miami.......... 80 74 Los Angeles 86 60 Las Vegas...... 78 49 Phoenix 81 52 Athens 59 46 Rome.......... 63 45 Paris........... 54 39 London......... 54 46 Berlin.......... 37 27 Amsterdam..... 52 41 Moscow 34 28 Stockholm 37 28 Tokyo.......... 64 59 Calgary To- lay and Cloudy with intermittent snow. Highs in the mid-30s. Lows 20-25. High. Friday near 30. Medicine Hat Today and Cloudy with flurries. High today 3540. Lows 25-30. High Friday 30-35. Kootenay region Mostly cloudy with a few snowflurries. Sunny with some cloudy periods. Isolated snowflurries near the mountains. Colder. Highs today 35 to 40. Lows tonight 15 to 25. Highs Friday 25 to 35. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Heavy snow warning ex- treme south central and south portion today. Colder. Gusty winds causing local blowing and drifting snow extreme south. Icy highways and poor visibility cause hazardous driving conditions west and south portion. Snow diminishing and colder tonight. Partial clearing Fri- day with scattered snow flurries and continued cold. Highs today 25 to 35. Lows tonight 10 to 20. Highs Friday 15 to 25. West of Continental Divide Snow diminishing today to scattered snow showers but locally heavy snow along con- tinental divide will cause hazardous driving conditions. Colder today and tonight. Widely scattered snow flurries tonight and Friday. Continued cold Friday. Highs today 25 to 35. Lows tonight 10 to 20. 'Highs Friday mostly 20s. Don't Miss BONANZA DAYS I at GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Oct. 29 to Nov. 2 Five Days of Fantastic Bargains Refreshments and Prizes See the Display of Machinery and Irrigation Equipment CELEBRATING OUR 31st ANNIVERSARY GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Couttt Highway Box 1202 PhoiM 320-1141 Fort Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways art in good driving condition. Highway 1 reported bare ind dry. Widening of one mile sec- ion of Highway No. 3 east of OF ENTRY and Closing Carway V i.m. to 10 Chief Mountain Coutts 24 Del tonita 9 a m. to6 Kingsgate 24 Porthill-Rykerts 8 i.m. to Wild Horse 8 a.m. to 5 RoosevilleSa.m. POLICE CRACK DOWN ON TIPSY DRIVERS EDMONTON A campaign by municipal police forces and the RCMP aimed at reducing the number of .alcohol-impaired drivers on Alberta roads begins Thursday. have given drivers plenty of warning that the crackdown was Solicitor General Helen Hunley now the increase in police activity will be evident throughput the province.'' Police are equipped to operate up to 120 check points throughout the province. Groups of cars will be stopped at random and police will check insurance and registration documents and look for signs of impairment. Miss in a prepared said the educational portion of the which started three weeks ago and includes advertisements and will con- tinue. Winter daylight time ruled out as means to conserve fuel Kootenay firm sale disallowed VICTORIA Resources Minister Bob Williams announced Wednes- day the British Columbia government will not allow the sale of Kootenay Forest Products Ltd. to Japanese- controlled Crestbrook Forest Industries Ltd. Two reasons were cited by the minister in a news release for not allowing the sale. An- nual tree harvest in the Kootenay Lake basin is already over the limit con- sidered environmentally he and wildlife is threatened. Second reason is that Mitsubishi-Honshu of Japan Controls more than 50 per cent of Crestbrook. Mr. Williams said the Japanese company already dominates the forest economy of the East Kootenay district. government was of the opinion that so dominant an equity position in an impor- tant region of the province should be in Canadian he said. Method of disallowing the sale was to refuse permission for transfer of KFP's cutting rights to Crestbrook the same avenue that the govern- ment used to thwart the American Weyerhauser Com- pany's take over bid for Celgar Ltd.'s pulp mill at Castlegar. the provincial government bought the mill along with two at Prince Rupert and various sawmills. But Mr. Williams said the government is of buying KFP. Natal station gets licence OTTAWA The CBC has received approval for a broadcasting licence for an English-language television station at and to rebroadcast the television sta- tion at on Channel the Canadian Radio-Television Commission announced Wednesday. Lake Video Service Ltd. received approval for renewal of its cablevisipn broadcasting licence serving the Lake area. The commission also approved reduction in the Lake Cowichan which it said would better serfice to the population Both renewals are effective until March 1976. OTTAWA The gov- ernment has ruled out using time to conserve enevgy during the dark and cold winter months. Disadvantages would out- weigh Energy Minister Donald Macdonald told reporters Wednesday after the idea was suggested in the Commons. The country returned to standard time last moving sunrise and sunset times back by an hour. With daylight Mr. Macdonald more people would get up before creating an increased demand for heating oil. The coldest period of the day comes just before daybreak'. longer people stay in bed the Refineries are pushing pro- duction to the limit to meet re- quirements that exist he said. Adding new demands would be unwise. EVENING CITED Daylight time has been advocated to reduce the amount of oil used to general electricity. The advocates argue that since darkness would come later than under standard time there would be less power demands during the peak early evening hours. It was the Social Credit par- ty that called for winter daylight time. Government MPs also re- jected a second Social Credit proposal to relieve the pressure of high gasoline costs by subsidizing prices at the retail level. Pork prettier than before Mont. A leading hog expert from the Midwest says pork is prettier than. ever. Al Christian of says hogs have changed in the last 30 years. He says the hog of 1940 was very but that a hog now is lean and well- muscled. FOR THE SPANISH HAVE ENJOYED A BLEND OF ROBUST RED WINE AND CITRUS FRUIT WHICH THEY CALL SANGRIA. NOW YOU CAN ENJOY THE SAME SUNNY FLAVOUR IN GRANADA. ALWAYS REFRESHING. SERVE WELL CHILLED OR OVER ICE WITH SLICES OF CITRUS FRUIT. CHALET WINES CANADA. Mr. Macdonald is scheduled to make a major statement on energy matters in the Corn- moos today. Higher gasoline and heating oil prices for eastern Canadians are considered almost certain to be announc- ed in the statement. Soaring international prices have boosted the price eastern refiners pay for imported oil from Venezuela and the Mid- dle and industry spokesmen say there is no alternative but to raise prices at the consumer level. IMPORTS USED Imported oil is used in all markets from the Ottawa Val- ley while domestic oil supplies markets west of the valley. cause for anxiety about what the minister may New Democrat Leader David Lewis told reporters Wednesday. He said the best solution would be to set up a govern- ment-run national petroleum and give it the power to' buy all petroleum products and average prices before retailing. On other energy Mr. Macdonald said the Alberta government is respon- sible for the increate in TransCanada PipeLines Ltd. natural gas rates approved Tuesday. Action by the province prompted the National Energy Board to approve raises as high as 10.7 per he told the Commons. The board said Tuesday that natural gas producers began demanding higher prices after the Alberta Energy Conserva- tion Board released a 197t report saying gas valued by 10 per cent to 20 pet cent. s Mr. Macdonald said it will be up to provincial such as the Ontario Energy whether the TransCanada increase is pass- ed on to consumers. TransCanada supplies dis- in markets east of Alberta and also exports gas to customers in the United States upper New York state and Vermont. PAYS TO LEA8EI tag I You lign contract end pay ONE monthly YotK CM Indudt Ape. Contact BORIS vid BUY AUTOMOTIVE EKTBtPMSES LTD. 2nd 9th ST. S.PHONE 328-1101 UIE5TD1CHOU5E Westinghouse WASHER one for regular loads and one tor delicate fabrics and tiny loads. agitator nests beneath regular lets you safely machine wash delicate lingerie and knits. 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