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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta j. Saturday, October THE LETHBMDOe HERALD Dateline Alberta Victim refused treatment CALGARY (CP) Peter Trylinski, 67, of Calgary, was identified Friday as the man who- was found dead at his home Thursday after he was struck by an automobile the previous night and refused to go to hospital. Police said an Autopsy report showed that he died of injuries received in the traffic accident Wednesday night. Police said Trylinski refused medical treatment both at the scene of accident and when police called on him later that night. Kenneth Joseph Guertin, 22, of Calgary, was charged with careless driving in the acci- dent and scheduled to appear in court Nov. 1. Fire hazard is high EDMONTON (CP) Warm fall weather has produced a high fire hazard in Alberta, the department of lands and forests said Friday. Warm temperatures have dried leaves and grass to a point where a supply of fuel now rests on the forest floor and this comes at a time when hunters are active, the depart- ment said. Bowden area man killed BOWDEN (CP) Allan Paul Knapp, 32, of the Bowden district was killed Friday when the truck he was driving plunged over a 70-foot em- bankment into the Little Red Deer River, 20 miles south of Red Deer. ,000 drug seizure CALGARY (CP) RCMP reported Friday that two British Columbia residents were arrested and charged with possession of heroin for the purpose of trafficking in connection with "what is believed to be the largest seizure of heroin in Alberta." Charged are Lawrence Stanley Mitchell, 30, of Van- couver and Prince George, and Jo Anne Homer, 22, of Prince George. RCMP said 2% pounds of Mexican ground heroin, with a street value of in Calgary, was seized Thursday night. 84-year-old man charged ST. PAUL (CP) An 84- year-old Bellis man appeared in provincial court here Friday, charged with the shooting death of another man. Dymtro Danyliuk reserved election on a charge of murder punishable by life im- prisonment and was remand- ed to Alberta Hospital until his next court appearance Nov. 21. A charge was laid Thursday after another Bellis resident, whose name was not released, was shot at his home. Bellis is about' 60 miles northeast of Edmonton. UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H LPre. Lethbridge......73 39 Medicine Hat 72 44 Edmonton......63 30 Banff..........63 37 Calgary.........69 33 Saskatoon.......63 38 Regina.........65 31 Winnipeg.......61 31 Toronto.........59 33 Ottawa.........53 33 Montreal .......55 33 .01 Chicago ........65 38 New York......59 45 .07 Miami..........78 69 .36 Washington.....73 51 Los Angeles.....74 61 San Francisco... 67 57 Denver.........59 37 Las Vegas......80 59 Phoenix........92 67 Mexico City.....70 45 Athens .........64 55 Rome..........57 43 Paris...........52 48 London.........54 48 Berlin..........45 37 Amsterdam.....52 43 Madrid.........54 48 Moscow........43 39 Stockholm......43 36 Tokyo.........72 55 Hong Kong......81 73 Singapore.......88 73 FORECAST: Lethbridge, Calgary, Medicine Hat Regions To- day sunny. Gusty west winds Highs near 65. Sunday sunny. Lows near 35. Highs near 65 Columbia Kooteaay To- day sunny with some cloudy periods. Chance of isolated showers. Sunday clouding over around noon with a few afternoon and evening showers. Highs both days 50 to 55. Lows tonight 30 to 35. MONTANA East of CMtiMttal Divide Mostly sunny and continued mild today and Sunday. Windy at times along the east slopes of the Rockies. High temperatures today 65 to 75 except 55 to 65 southwestern valleys. Lows tonight 30 to 45. Highs Sunday mostly 60s. West of CoatfaMBtal Divide Mostly sunny today and Sunday. Highs temperatures both days 55 to 65. Lows tonight 25 to 35. FINAL CLEARANCE ON ALL RENTALS NICKEL 1974 SCAMPER 19W TANDEM No. pullmen drapes, twin '4496 WASS5.2M.Now... PETER WANTS TO SAVE YOU f793 UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. "Serving you over a quarter century" Pftone PORTS OF ENTRY esestag and tlsilsg ASMS: Carway 7 a.m. to 16 p.ro. Chief Mountain, dosed; Coutts open 24 boars; Del Bonita 9a.m. to 8 p.m.; Kngsgate open 24 boon, Porthin- Rykerts7a.m. Roosevffle 8a.ro. to midnight (Times in Mountain Daylight Alberta Court suspends sentence in fraud case prodded to sue B.C. EDMONTON (CPv) The Alberta government will be asked to start a group action against the British Columbia government for damages suf- fered through the building of the W. A. C. Bennett Dam on the Peace River. A recommendation to this effect was adopted at the an- nual joint meeting of the public advisory committee on the environment and the en- vironment conservation authority, which ended Friday. The resolution said in- dividuals, groups and towns in Alberta were hurt because of reduced flows in the Peace River when' the dam was erected. It noted the federal government has committed itself to action after all costs are known, but said Alberta also should act on its own. In another resolution delegates aid they were concerned about proposed coal mining by Manalta Coal Ltd? on the Gregg River. They said no rationale has been given to justify the develop- ment from the standpoint of the environmental and economic interests of people in the province. CALGARY (CP) Dee Art Sherwood, 35, of Richmond, B.C., was handed a two-year suspended sentence Friday after being convicted of charges of false pretences and forgery at the end of a week- long trial in the Alberta Supreme Court. Sherwood was charged in connection with a Hearing adjourned CALGARY (CP) A preliminary hearing into murder charges against three men accused of lulling a 16- year-old service station atten- dant was adjourned in provin- cial court Friday. Charged in connection with the death of John Joseph Berze of Calgary at a city ser- vice station Aug. 23 are Myles Garfield Sartor, 18, Lome John Rivett, 19, and Warren Lee Augustus, 22, all of no fix- ed address. At the outset of the hearing Provincial Judge F. A. Thurgood ordered a ban on publication of evidence at a defence request. fraud attempt at the end of last year. Two Americans Sheldon Reeves and Arthur Boese, directors of Northwest Pacific Capital Corp. of Bellevue, Wash. were sentenced to 18 months in jail last May after pleading guilty to similar charges. Mr. Justice H. J. Macdonald sentenced Sherwood after a plea for leniency from defence lawyer Richard McConaghy in view of a "favorable background of character and stability" and no previous convictions. TIRE VENTURE Testimony in court showed that Sherwood tried to launch a venture into synthetic rubber tire chains through Vulcan Industries Ltd., and Northwest offered financial backing in return of A 45-per-cent interest in Vulcan Sherwood, Reeves and Boese approached Toronto Dominion Bank, Bank of Nova Scotia and City Savings and Trust Co. in Calgary trying to establish credit with false Northwest corporate documents. The defence maintained during the trial that Sherwood didn't realize what Northwest was trying to do, but Mr. Justice Macdonald said: "I feel there was in the least a degree of wanton recklessness on the part of Mr. Sherwood I must consider sufficient to indicate a guilty mind" Seven other officers of Northwest have been charged in King County, Wash., with using false corporate statements in an attempt to establish credit with Canadian banks in Calgary. YAMAHA ORGANS Mew and Used COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 Queen's kin freed Mrs. Elizabeth Wise, a cousin of Queen Elizabeth, was put on one-year probation Friday in London for killing her nine-month-old blind and deaf daughter Emma. Mrs. Wise, 38, said doctors told her the child had no hope of living. In passing sentence, the judge said Mrs. Wise, described as a devoted mother, had suffered enough. Publication moved to Switzerland after gold raid CALGARY (CP) A Cana- dian income tax department CASA DEL MONTE 1658 Scenic Heights, Lethbridge's most unique home, a three level, 12 sided circular design, 500 sq. ft. of luxurious living. Interested buyers, Phone 328-3707 W G Chute Construction, for an appointment to view. We will consider all trades, terms and offers. The mystery of our house showing was a marble pen desk ML The winner, Mr. Ian 6. Mandin, 2622 21 Ave. South, Lethbridfle. PORTABLE ELECTRICITY WHERE WHEN YOU NEED IT! POWER 10 MODELS IN STOCK TAS HOMELITE HONDA 600 Watt Camper Light Plants To Watt Industrial Models PRICED FROM UP AVAILABLE AT MOTOR MOWQR SALES 817 3rd AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-2669 raid in September which seiz- ed between million and million in gold has resulted in C. V. Myers' Finance and Energy Newsletter being published in Switzerland. Jnter Publishing Ltd. of Zurich, which contracted Mr. Myers' newsletter in Calgary, has decided to move the publication to Switzerland, Mr. Myers said Friday. Tax officials seized com- pany records and the gold in September. The gold was be- ing held in a Calgary bank on behalf of U.S. citizens who cannot own gold privately. Mr. Myers said Inter Publishing apparently decided to print the newsletter in Zurich after the raid for fear for the confidentiality of. cor- respondence between U.S. citizens and the publication. He said safety deposit box keys have been sent to Switzerland to protect the identities of the U.S. citizens. Helicopter search reopened EDMONTON (CP) The search for a helicopter, mis- ing in the Grande Cache area of Alberta since Sept. 22 will be reopened. Marcel Lambert, MP for Edmonton West, said today. It is the second time the search for the pilot and two passengers has been reopened. After discussions with the relatives and the owners of the helicopter, Alpine Helicopter of Calgary, Mr. Lambert said be was able to convince the federal govern- ment to iwpcii the search. Mr. Lambert said one Cana- dian forces helicopter and one Alpine helicopter will resume the search for one week or less depending on the weather. The missing helicopter was carrying pilot Mike Haner of Calgary, and passengers Gerrit Hildebrand of Ed- monton and Wayne Peoner of Red Deer. DOWNTOWN DOWNTOWN Over IN PRIZES 6 be given away FREE Just fill out an entry form at your Grand Prize Draw will be made on TV. LETHBRIDGE MERCHANTS' I SON TOURS Present I CHRISTMAS I OUR 1974 GRANDE PRIZE: ATRIP FOR TWO tobMuttful MEXICO INCLUDES: Deluxe Accommodation PLUS Spending Money ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE ONLY AT THESE PARTICIPATING MERCH ANTSI ;