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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 2, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Dateline Alberta 'Worst Halloween ever' BROOKS (CP) Five men were in custody Friday charg- ed with arson, following what RCMP term "the worst Halloween ever" in this area. The men, James Whiteford, Terence Scheurman, Kenneth Cairney, Leo Donne Jr., and Arnold Ward, were charged in connection with a fire which destroyed worth of hay at the Ralph Hanson farm in the Duchess area. RCMP also said vandals at Tilley, about 10 miles southeast of here, caused about damage on halloween night. Police said office windows and mail boxes were shot at, and windows broken. Father found not guilty DRUMHELLER (CP) A drumheller man was found not guilty Friday on a charge of murder in connection with the beating death of his four-year- old daughter Susan, while his wife was found guilty on a charge of manslaughter. Justice W. J. C. Kirby of the Alberta Supreme Court said evidence showed that Harold Myrby, 35, was not present when his wife, Linda, 23, beat the child Dec. 25, 1973. Mrs. Myrby was remanded for sentencing following a psy- chiatric examination. Ponoka youths killed PONOKA (CP) Steven Fillinger, 14, and Charles Sumner, 13, both of Ponoka, were killed in a collision between their motorcycle and a truck eight miles southeast of here, police reported. The driver of the truck was not injured. Farm expeditions set EDMONTON (CP) Two groups of young Canadians from rural areas in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario are scheduled to leave for Australia and New Zealand this month for six months of agricultural training. The expeditions, arranged by the International Agricultural Exchange Association provide paid training for students on trainee farms. The first group of 29 trainees is scheduled to leave for Australia Nov. 15, while the New Zealand group of 52 students departs Nov. 20. IAEA was founded in 1963 to promote the host family ex- change student concept, although to date only 188 Canadians have participated in the program abroad. Free shoeing offered Horse owners can get free all types of horses with or hoof care for their animals without hoof or gait problems and help prospective farrier students out at the same time. to demonstrate proper hoof The Olds College is seeking care. UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET Medicine Pincher Grande Prince New Los San Las Mexico 50 43 50 45 46 37 46 34 54 41 57 36 41 36 41 36 64 50 77 66 90 73 Paris London Berlin Amsterdam Brussels Madrid Moscow Stockholm Tokyo Hong Kong Singapore FORECAST Lethbridge Medicine Hat Regions Today mainly cloudy. Clearing overnight. High 40 to 45. Sunday mainly sunny. Low tonight near 30. High tomorrow 50 to 55. Calgary Region Today cloudy becoming sunny this afternoon. Highs near 45. Sun- day mainly sunnv. Lows near 30. Highs 50 to 55. Columbia Kootenay To- day cloudy becoming sunny this afternoon. Sunday sunny with cloudy periods. Highs both days in the mid 40s. Lows tonight in the 20s. Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday and con- tinued cool. Lows tonight in the 20s and highs Sunday in the 40s. FINAL CLEARANCE ON ALL nCR I HLO 1974 MODEL 16' SCAMPER PETER NICKEL Brakes, fridge, awning, heater, Twin tanks, step. Was Now PETEfi WANTS TO SAVE YOU UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. "Serving you over a quarter century" 302 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-2805 PORTS Of KNTRY opening and closing times: Carway 9 am tr> fi p m Chief Mountain, closed. Coutls open 24 hours, I Bomte ft a m to 6 p m Kingsgate open 24 hours, Porthill Rykorls 7am to2a.m Roosevjlle 7am. to 11 p.m. (Time1; Mountain Standard) Mother won't lose pension TRAIL, B.C. (CP) A Kimberly, B.C; mother of three will not lose her widow's pension even if mining com- panies win an appeal before the Workers' Compensation Board, a Cominco Ltd. spokesman said Friday. L. V. S. Meyer said the com- pany will continue to pay a pension to Mrs. Leo Hummel. He said the company "has paid pensions in the past in special circumstances without being ordered to do so and we will in this case." The Mining Association of British Columbia, appealing the WCB decision on behalf of major mining companies, is concerned about the basis on which the pension was granted, rather than the pen- sion itself, hi said Mrs. Hummel's husband died of a heart attack March 20, 1973 after working in a blasting area at the Cominco mine in Salmo, B.C The controversial WCB case hinged on whether the fatal at- tack was brought on the effect of blasting gases and took into consideration Mr Hummel's history of heart trouble. The pension was awarded last Julv. Held at knifepoint Santiago Chamoro, a Spanish worker, holds 12-year-old Edmond Egat at knifepoint outside the boy's home in Sergy-Le-Haut, France. Chamoro called for his dismissal from a factory to be reconsidered. Later he was disarmed and turned over to police. The boy was not injured. Search is called off for missing helicopter GRANDE CACHE (CP) The search for a helicopter missing since Sept. 22 in Suspension suggested EDMONTON (CP) Alberta Liberal leader Nick Taylor says further oil sands development using the open pit method, similar to the Syncrude project, should be suspended. Mr. Taylor said in a prepared statement Friday the provincial government has reports linking the iye content in tailing ponds with "a number of hazards." The ponds, used to store waste materials, represent a hazard through dike breakage or seepage. northwestern Alberta ended yesterday, after 29 days of ac- tive searching by military air- craft. Capt. Craig Mills, a Cana- dian Forces spokesman for search and rescue, said electronic and visual watches will be maintained in the area. The search for the missing helicopter was resumed Oct. 17 following petitions in Ed- monton, Calgary and Red Deer. The Bell helicopter, carry- ing pilot Michael Haner of Calgary, Gerrit Hildebrandt of Edmonton, and Wayne Penner of Red Deer, was engaged in coal exploration work between Grande Cache and Grande Prairie when it was reported missing. A total of 770 flying hours were logged in the search, which covered 2] ,000 square miles, Capt. Mills said. 80 Acre parcel Ideal set up 40 acres hay, 40 acres pasture, features include: natural gas in field, and home, very good buildings. Good modern home, new carpet throughout. Buildings include, hog barn, steel quanset and bins, double car garage, good corrals, and cow barn. Large dugout for livestock, under- ground water to barns and corral, pressure system in hog barn, automatic heated water troughs in barn and corral, underground water system for lawn, pave- ment to gate. LOCATED 4 miles east of Taber Sugar Factory on Hwy. No. 3 and of a mile south. ENQUIRIES TO BOX 1373. TABER OR PHONE 223-8441 CITIZENS OF EAST LETHBRIDGE HELP SELECT THE NEXT JEANKUUT If I LA COMETOTHE CONSERVATIVE NOMINATION MEETING El Rancho Convention Centre MONDAY, Nov. 4th at 8 p.m. Inserted by the committee to elect JEAN KUIJT Memberships S3 from Jean 9-4559 or at the door FOR SALE BY OWNER Less than 1 year old 3 bedroom split enlry. 2200 square leet aoorox 1680 sq. 11 developed V? baths 2 Vepiaces developed rumpus room, carpeted 1hrougr-'ou1. carpor! underground sprink- lers, landscaped ultra large palio. large outdoor childrens area 2 rock gardens, 20 ft diameter out- door ooen pit barbecue sun deck Price includes draperies in living room, electric range, built in dishwasher gas barbecue Price S59.500 000 mortgage at Present prpoared tn carry small 2nd mortgage 1402 Aspen Place Phone 329-4084 or 329-4474 Have your Carpets and Furniture Hand-Cleaned Flower-Fresh! Duraclean Fuam-Absorplion Process is b> The seal Recommended by editors cil House Beautiful and House Garden Endorsed by mjjor carpet and furniture manufacturers Specified by interior designers and home turnishmijs retjili'rs Call for a tree quotation DURACLEAN RUG UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS WILSON DONALDSON 1404 11 Ave. South Phone 328-5886 or 328-7605 ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. Sit Representing Sufo Royai Insurance kdfcd Bonds Liability Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE Property Owner Petitions for 1975 Local Improvements will be accepted by the Office of the City Clerk until November 8th, 1974 for the following Construction Projects: 1. New Sidewalks, Curbs Gutters 2. Renewal Sidewalks, Curbs Gutters 3. Street Paving 4. Lane Paving Effective November 4, 1974, evening bus service will be extended till p.m. daily, Monday through Saturday as follows: Route No. 1: Last bus will leave downtown at p.m. Route No. 2: Last bus will leave downtown at p.m. Route No. 3: Last bus will leave downtown at p.m. Route No. 4: Last bus will leave downtown at p.m. Route No. 5: Last bus will leave downtown at p.m. NOTE: Route No. 3 bus will make alternate trips on Route No. 2 at and p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday, and at and p.m. Thurs- day and Friday. ROUTE CHANGE Effective November 4, 1974, for a thrity day trial period the Route No. 3 bus route will change as follows: Present route to 11th Ave. 13th Street S. West on 11th Avenue to 12th Street South. North on 12th Street to 10th Ave. South Then along present route. Anyone affected by this change may direct their comments to the Transit Garage at 327-2588. 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