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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 2-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Friday, October 4, 1974 News in brief Fatal fire charges dropped S CALGARY (CP) Charges of criminal negligence against five members of a Calgary motorcycle club were dis- missed on a technicality Thur- sday, but the crown said it would lay new charges today against the five in connection with a fatal March 16 fire. The five were charged with criminal negligence causing the death of a 21-year-old member of the club in a fire at the Lucifer's Union clubhouse. Ford may not run in '76 CHICAGO (Reuter) President Ford will not stand for the presidency in 1976 if his wife's health is in question then, Jerald terHorst, former White House press secretary, says TerHorst, a friend of Ford who resigned as his press secretary because he objected to Nixon's being given a par- don, says in a syndicated column in today's editions of the Chicago Tribune that Ford will lay aside all election interest as early as next spr- ing if his wife's physical con- dition is not up to the demands of a rigorous schedule. New lottery tickets on sale MONTREAL (CP) More winners are to share more prize money in the fourth Olympic lottery whose tickets go on sale today, Olympic Lottery Canada announced Thursday About 84.000 winning ticket holders are to share mil- lion in the draw to be held Feb 16, 1975, in Quebec City. The third draw, scheduled for Nov. 18 in Hamilton, will have winners sharing million. Nixon subpoenas sealed WASHINGTON (AP) United States District Judge John Sirica says two requests to throw out supoenas demanding former president Richard Nixon's testimony in the Watergate cover-up trial will remain sealed until selec- tion of the trial jury. Asked Thursday whe he believes selection of the 12 jurors and six alternates will be completed, Sirica said: "I think WP have a good chance for the early part of next week." Deserters 4can be tried' CAMP ATTERBURY, Ind. (AP) A United States de- fence department spokesman says deserters taking part in President Ford's conditional amnesty program may be tried in military courts if they don't fulfil their alternative service "Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice if a false statement to obtain discharge is given the military, control can can continue under the Martin Hoffman, general counsel for the department, said Thursday. Refinery shutdown sought DETROIT (AP) The jus- tice department plans to ask the United States Supreme Court to shut down Reserve Mining Co because it is dump- ing 67.000 tons of waste daily into Lake Superior, the Detroit Free Press reports. In .its edition today, the paper quotes unnamed depart- ment sources who said Solicitor General Robert Bork will submit the case to the high court Monday. Stiffer penalties asked LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) Attorney-General William Saxbe asked the United States Congress today for legislation allowing anti-trust violators to be jailed for as long as five years, instead of the current one-year maximum. He urged judges to send tax evaders and anti-trust violators to jail rather than impose small fines and probation. Veteran benefits increased OTTAWA