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Dauphin Herald (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Dauphin, Manitoba Inspector satisfied with search Dauphin Lions cub hosting Cabinet meeting the inspector in charge of the local Royal Canadian mounted police is satisfied there was no damage done in a search questioned in Dauphin provincial judges court. Inspector m. Dwer Onichuk said he had reviewed the transcript of the hearing interviewed the members involved and was satisfied no damage had taken place in the search of the Home of Gary Leskiw. Leskiw was charged with Possession of a narcotic and the defence counsel Brian Wilford presented the court with pictures of a mess in the apartment which he alleged was created by the police search. Judge . Manwaring postponed handing Down sentence until he had an explanation of the photographs. A Wednichuk said he was a rather confused a about the allegations since at the second court appearance on the matter Wilford said there was no damage to the apartment. The police explanation was that the apartment was a mess when they arrived and their search did not compound the condition. Wilford said in an interview that although there was no physical damage the contents of the apartment were strewn about the room. A Wednichuk said the accusation of damage was a a unfounded and that he was satisfied there was no damage done by the members. When ramp search a premises he said they try to take photographs before and after to show they have done no damage. In this Case he said there were two dobermans wandering Loose about the House and the members could not take pictures. The members Are instructed to move things very carefully he said and report any damage that does occur to their Are in Small quantities Leskiw was Given an superiors. A Wednichuk and often carefully hid absolute discharge on the charge. Said it is often narcotics Den. Majority of Dauphin Homes converting to hone jacks judge wants Man to keep his Job judge . Manwaring postponed a sentencing until september so an accused could be present but not put his Job in jeopardy. Kelson Jeffery Houles Mother plead guilty on his behalf to a charge of mischief in relation to property and damage under $50. The court was told Houle is working for the Canadian National railway in Steinbach and is Only Home on weekends every three weeks. The charges resulted from a june 24 incident at Bacon Ridge where Houle drove his truck through several Gates. A number of cattle separated by the Gates were allowed to intermingle causing the owners work to separate them later. Police reported Houle did not know Why he drove through the Gates but was drunk at the time. Total damage was $180. Judge . Manwaring said he wanted to put Over sentencing until Houle could appear in court himself but this caused some difficulties since Houle is in the area Only infrequently. The judge made an order that Houle was to get the Money to pay restitution to the court by the end of August and sentencing would be considered sept. 2. Conversion of about 3,600 Dauphin Telephone customers Homes to phone Centre style packs and plugs is two thirds Complete the Manitoba Telephone system reports. More than 95 per cent of the customers contacted to Date have taken advantage of the jacking service. The conversion program is expected to be completed no later than by mid october according to Bob Greyson service and facilities manager of the Western Region. Conversion is Only undertaken by its scheduled installation Crews working from neighbourhood to neighbourhood for maximum efficiency. At no charge to the customer All existing phones outlets and wiring Are converted to special phone Centre jacks and plugs. During the conversion visit other requests Are also handled at no charge. While the conversion Crews Are in Dauphin any customer who has not been contacted can receive jacking service by advising the phone Centre store at 39 third Avenue . Following conversion customers can carry their phones from room to room. They can also use the phone Centre store to shop for new styles colors and extensions bring sets in for maintenance or repair and return unneeded it hones or pay Telephone Dauphin Lions Start their new season Early with the local club hosting the first Cabinet meeting of the �?T80-81 season. The meeting dates Are aug. 23-24. This is the first time that such a meeting has been held in Dauphin outside of a mid Winter convention. From july 1,1980 to june 30,1981. Dauphin Lions and wives will be hosting a social saturday evening for the visitors and a Coffee party sunday morning for the ladies which is to be hosted by the District governors wife. The meetings in Dauphin will hear reports from the Lions 1981 telethon committee and introduction to Blake Ammons of phone Bills. Ste. Rose police look for vandals District 5m12 which covers All Manitoba is made up of 34 members District a Vernorn Bifi Kuzenko of Niverville. Ujj jul inc two a i his term of office As Lions telethon. Well As those of the Dauphin and District Cabinet members is is represented on the new Cabinet with roly Hollyoake As Deputy District governor of Region 4 which covers Swan River Plumas Minnedosa Strathclair Hamiota Birtle Roblin Ethelbert Winnipegosis Neepawa Erickson and Rossburn. George Takashima of Winnipegosis Lions club is zone chairman and his area covers Ethelbert to Swan River Dauphin Roblin and Winnipegosis. Doug Johnston is telethon representative for this area. Ste. Rose detachment of the ramp report that there have been several cases of vandalism in Ste. Rose during the past month. The vandalism of cured in the late evening near Midnight and Public places seem to be the main target says ramp. The Ste. Rose Arena and the Ste. Rose cattlemen to a association auction Mart were local ducks free of botulism a so far there is no Trace of botulism a drought related disease among the waterfowl in the Dauphin area a to Date says Don Sexton area biologist for ducks unlimited. A we Are conducting a botulism watch in the Dauphin area a he says. A we Check All areas weekly by air that have a history of the disease. We Are keeping a close watch on the Dauphin Lake and Turtle Marsh a although botulism has been reported in other parts of the province we have seen nothing so far a he says. A the rain we be had has helped a lot. We re in pretty Good condition Here i done to anticipate any outbreak of visit to wife ends up in court Howard John chief might not accept invitations to visit so quickly in the future. Chief plead guilty in Dauphin provincial judges court to failure to comply with a recognizance entered into before a magistrate. The court was told he had entered an agreement to stay away from his common Law wife and her children but was found twice by police at her Home. Crown attorney Brian Wilford said chief had not known about the order the first time he went to the Home but on the second occasion had been made aware by police of the contents of the order. Counsel for the defence. Neil Peterson said thinking about building a log Cabin or log House chief was aware of the order but had returned to the House and lived there for several Days at the woman a request. When she a tired of him a Peterson said she called the police. Peterson said the woman Grace catch Way had admitted to inviting chief to stay in her Home in spite of the order and then had called the police. Her actions put him a in a difficult judge . Manwaring sentenced chief to one Day in custody. Since he had already spent three Days in jail before his court appearance chief would not have to spend any extra time in custody. Mountain log builders have Many different floor plans available or will custom build your log Cabin or House. Features a logs 14�?� 16�?� in diameter a insulation Factor of r-20 a All logs Are natural shape a logs hand fitted and grooved a open beam ceilings with loft 1300sqf durability with a Good foundation and wide overhang to protect the Wood the Well constructed building will rival Concrete in its Long life. In style the log House has an amazing durability. Pressures of fashion have never succeeded in making the Well built log building look outdated. It is in timeless Good taste even in a most simple building As Well As in the dramatic designs in log work coming into being. A. As shown ,i1-15 original a hand crafted not machined logs Mountain log builders pm. 935-2383 8an Clara Man. The hardest hit. Total damage for both places is several Hundred dollars. The vandals broke All the Light bulbs and dishes at the auction Mart and damaged a digital scale. The extent of damage on the scale is unknown at this time. The vandals also emptied the fire extinguishers at the Arena and auction Mart As Well As burning a Hole in a new goalie net at the Arena. The ramp Are requesting the co operation of the Public if they notice anything unusual and co operation of the parents to know the whereabouts of their children in the late evening hours. / salutes a Albertine Limoges on the occasion of her retirement Albertine has been with fiesta fabrics formerly Economy textiles since 1971. All of the fiesta fabric staff in Dauphin Brandon amp por join owners Bob amp Anita Armstrong in wishing Albertine a very Happy retirement. 4fate 12 second ave. N.e., Dauphin thank you a v the Dauphin Golf and country club would like to thank Cam Alf of Blackwood beverages and Joe Neili of Neillis jewellery your Bulova watch Headquarters for their continued support of the most successful Ever am tournament. It is very much appreciated.i-, i

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