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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 30, 1074-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Dateline Alberta Policemen face charges CALGARY (CP) Two Calgary police officers will appear in provincial court Nov. 25 on charges of assault in connection with an incident outside a Calgary bar Sept. 24, G. D. Lapish and G. B. Ogilvy, constables with the city police 'department, are charged with the beating of Lyle Thomson of Calgary out- side of a downtown hotel. Witnesses to the assault said a man was beaten both in- side and .outside of the hotel. Thomson was detained over- night on an Alberta Liquor Act charge and released the next morning. Fair eyes top Tory post EDMONTON (CP) gill Fair, who ran unsuccessfully against John Diefenbaker in the 1972 federal election as an independent Progressive Conservative, said Tuesday he will seek the national leadership of the party. Mr. Fair, 36, a salesman formerly of Saskatoon and now living in Vancouver, call- ed in a statement for an early leadership convention. KKK hearing postponed CALGARY (CP) A preliminary hearing on a charge of criminal negligence against the imperial wizard of the Alberta Ku Klux Klan in the shooting death of a Mex- ican immigrant was postpon- ed Tuesday by provincial court. Tearlach (Charlie) Dun- sford Maca'Phearsoin, 26, of Calgary will appear Nov. 5 for scheduling of a new hearing. No reason was given for the postponement. He is accused of causing the death of Elias Acuilar Ramriez, 22, a Mexican im- migrant, who was found shot to death Sept. 13 in a northwest Calgary home. Farmers can't match prices MEDICINE HAT (CP) The influx of non-farmers onto agricultural land was the main concern expressed at a meeting of the Alberta land use forum. The meeting was told domestic corporations and professional people are buying land at prices farmers jcan't match. Program supervisor Nick Agnew said meetings are be- ing held throughout the province to determine the best use of the land in Alberta through citizen participation. UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Weather SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET H L Pre. Lethbridge 56 '30 Pincher Creek... 60 31 Medicine Hat 61 28 Edmonton 46 36 .05 Grande Prairie 48 19 Banff...... 50 38 Calgary 56 33 Victoria 55 35 Penticton 59 32 Prince George 34 28 Kamloops 58 27 Vancouver 52 42 Saskatoon 60 38 Regiha 59 40 Winnipeg 59 45 Toronto '60 48 .18 Ottawa 67 46 Montreal 66 45 St. John's 44 40 .03 Halifax .54 45 Chicago 65 63 .32 New York 68 55 Miami 79 73 .03 Los Angeles 65 54 Las Vegas 60 Phoenix Honolulu Athens 72 44 67.53 86 77 50 Rome 54 39 Paris 46 41 London 45 39 Berlin 43 37 Amsterdam 48 39 Brussels 45 36 Madrid 55 39 FORECAST: fethbridge, Medicine Hat Regions Today: Cloudy periods this morning otherwise sunny. Highs near 55. Thursday: Sunny. Lows near 30. Highs 55 to 60. Calgary Regions Today: Cloudy clearing this morning. Highs 45 to 50. Thursday: Morning fog patches otherwise mainly sunny. Lows 25 to 30. Highs 50 to 55. Columbia Kootenay Regions Today: Sunny ex- cept mainly cloudy in the Columbia district. Tonight: Mainly cloudy with a few showers. Thursday: Cloudy with sunny periods. Chance of a few morning showers. Highs both days 50 to 55. Lows tonight 30 to 35. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Scattered rain spreading over southeast and south central portions today and tonight.continuing Thursday. Snow over mountains near southern Montana border. Elsewhere patches of fog ear- ly today. Variable cloudiness with chance of a few showers tonight and Thursday. Cooling trend continuing. Highs today 50s. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Highs Thursday 45 to 55. West of Continental Divide Sunny this morning. Variable cloudiness this after- noon through Thursday. Highs both days 50 to 60. Lows tonight to 35. Fall Final Clearance 197414 Ft. SCMHNT f DTMMC, awning, twin tanks. Wat KEN WANTS TO SAVE YOU UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. "Serving you aver a quarter Century" 302 3rd Am Sanflh >hont 327-290S PORTS OF ENTRY opening and dosing tines: Camay 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Chief Mountain, Covtis open 24 boors; Del Bonifa 9a.m. to6p.m; Kingsgate open 24 boars; Porthill- Rykerts 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.; RooseriDe 8 a.m. to midnight (Times Mountain Hamburger tests Vaste of time' EDMONTON (CP) A federal government program to check bacteria levels in 000 hamburger samples from across Canada is a "waste of Edmonton's chief en- vironmental officer said Tuesday. Dr. Ken Pennifold said there is. already ample evidence to show that poor- quality hamburger is being sold across the country. He noted that several studies in Edmonton and one conducted by the university of Guelph all have found excessive bacteria levels in hamburger samples. Dr. Pennifold said the ham- burger inspection will only overload the already overworked federal health inspection force which-is con- stantly monitoring a wide range of food and drugs. University requires more money (CP) President Harry Gunning pf University of Alberta says a 35-per-cent increase in its operating grant from the government is required to ensure that the universi- .ty continues its proper role. He told the general faculties council that Ad- vanced Education Minister Jim Foster promised in April that an increase in the government's allot- ment to the university would be forthcoming for the 1975-76 academic year. The government supplied the university with in operating grants this year. Dr. Gunning said heavy increases in wholesale prices, the cost of library journals and staff wages contributed to the financial problems of the university. Calgary pollution levels high CALGARY (CP) Air pollution levels have reached as high as 96 on the depart- ment of environment air quality index this month because of seasonal changes in weather patterns, pollution control officials said Tuesday. G. R. Peck, acting director of the.southern Alberta branch of the pollution control division of the department of the environment, said the con- dition is common each year in the fall to winter seasonal transition. He said the problem is caus- ed by the number of automobiles used during the two peak rush hours, which now occur during the time of a temperature inversion over the downtown core of the city. The high reading of 96 was reached Oct. 26 as a thick, brown haze hung low over the city. Wholesaler Specializing in firearms and fishing tackle re- quires a re-buyer. Ex- perience an asset but not required. Reply in own handwriting to Box 96, Herald. 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