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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE KTHBRIDGS HERALD -Thursday, April 19, P. JOHNSON photo. Win invitational tourney The 1973 winners of the Wilson Junior High School anrrua! girls' basketball tourn- ament at Lethbridge are coach Torn Marsdsn's Picture Butte High School players, front row, from left: Bev Karren, Grace Taminga, Barb Karren, Joyce Takai, Donna Hanna and Pam Sucher. Back row, coach Marsden; Susan Haney, Susan Wocknitz, Joanne Me- haiko, Susan Passrnore, Susan Warren; and manager Carolyn Heninger. 80 convictions in March Taber police kept hopping Coal dust spurs complaints COLEMAN (GNT Complaints that coal dus.. and sawdust is seeping into their homes were lodged by Coleman citizens at a iecenl meeting of council. The complain'.s signed by a number of citizens, said coal trucks are using roads in town, to haul coal from a strip mine, and the road, being neither oiled nor paved, creates a double dust problem. Complaints of speeds I e r s using back lanes in west CcW- man for racing were brought to the attention of RC.MP Sgt. Al Dirk. He advised this mat- ter will be given attention. Sgt. Dirk reported that dur- ing 1972 the department re- ceived 480 complaints and1 400 were investigated. Twenty-eight were accidents. Thers were 165 traffic tickets issued and 14 people were charged with im- paired driving. Joe Clark, member of Par- liament, advised Mayor John Holyk that CFCN-TV is free to install a satellite station in the Blairmore area to give better service to 'Pass towns and that there is nothing to stop them from going ahead. Coleman council protest e d hiving to pay for higher de- mand electrical power during the summer when the town does not require as much elec- tricity. The town is willing to pay the rate increase asked by Calgary Power but not the high demand rate. E. C. Chalmers of Calgary Power, present at the meeting, advised council that Calgary Power cannot Tnake exceptions and the town should direct i's appeal to the Board of Public Utilities. This will bs done. Council disagreed on a pro- posed route on Central Ave. to bury underground cable. It was made by AGT. Council will sug- gest an alternate route. Council requested that the Coleman Legion's plans for ex- Literary winners selected TABER (HNS) Convic- tions in Taber provincial judge's court are on the upswing with the coming of warmer weather. the total increasing from re- ported in December to 80 dur- ing March. The majority of cases. 41 in number, fell under the traffic act (up from 34 in Feb- ruary) and of these 25 were for speeding. Others were for stunting. Two local youths paid heavy fines for failing to re- main at the scene of an acci- dent Liquor Cases also Increased to 25 for the month. Many of these resulted from checks made by police at teen age dances in Taber. Five ethers were arrested for being intoxi- cated but were released when capable and were not charjgd. Criminal cods cases dropped from 18 in February to 11 in March. Three charges for theft were laid against local youths following late night in- vestigation by police. Two were in possession of stolen copper wire, and the third had a tire and rim stolen from a truck parked in the re- sidential district. Three motor vehicle accidents in which damages exceeded S200 and seven minor mishaps were investigated, total dam- ages being No personal injury was reported during the month. Police also investigated three cases of wilful damage to trucks parked at a local hotel, and numerous cases of cloth- ing stolen from clothes lines, sheets, bedspreads and chil- dren's clothes, some of which was later found in alleys and empty cisterns. OTTAWA (CP) Three vol- umes of poetry tipped the scales heavily in favor of that medium on the list of six win- ners of the Governor-General's literary awards announced to- day by the Canada Council. The 18-member selection com- mittee, headed by Saturday Night magazine editor Robert Fulford and historian Marcel Trudel. did not deem any piece of English language non-fiction worthy of an award. They opted instead for two volumes of English-language by Toronto poet John Newlove and Dennis Lee's Civil Elegies and Other Poems. French-Canadian poet Gilles Renault's Signaux pour les voy- ants (Signals for those who would see) won an award for French-language poetry. Antoine Mailiet, of Laval Uni- versity, won the French-lan- guage fiction award for her satirical portrayal of Acadian life in New L'Orignal (Mr. Veteran novelist Robertson Davies, with close to 30 novels and plays to his credit, took the honors for English-language fie tion for The fol low-up of the themes and char acters he explored in a previous book, Fifth Business. Laval University historians Jean Hamelin and Yves Rob; won this year's only award for French non-fiction work with Histoire Economique du Que- bec, 1951-1896, an analysis oi Quebec's economic problems during the last half of the 19th century. None of the winners has re- ceived a governor-general'; award previously. Winners in the past have In- cluded Pierre Berton, humorisi Stephen Leacock, poets Irving Layton and Margaret Atwood novelists Hugh MacClennan anc Morley CaUahan, philosopher Marshall McLuhan and song- writer Gilles VigneavJt oears Save 13' All-Season Motor Oil Meets new car warranty requirements. Top quality. Buy now and save. Reg. 79c 66 Ends Saturday 5.30 p.m. pansion be delayed until furth- er notice. A group of Coleman business- men met with Mayor Holyk and council to discuss the proposed shopping mall. Council dis- closed a plan for sidewalks, underground wiring for street lighting in the new Pineview subdivision and plans to ex- tend sewer services to resi- dents who make application after September, 1972. The Coleman Volunteer Fire Brigade was given permission to canvass the town in aid of the fight against muscular dys- trophy. The town's litter bear bar- rels were taken out of hiberna- tion in readiness for summer. The units will be set up in Flumerfelt Park and near the local drive-in. Ottawa bound Joan Radford of more. Grade 6 student at the Isabella Sellon School, has won the Alberta Motor Association essay contest and a trip to Ottawa. will travel to Ottawa with AMA representatives and other students to attend a conference next month. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Radford. This Saturday In Weekend Magazine FEEL LIKE TAKING OFF? Robert Stall gives advice on how to live in a Volkswagen van. Is Canada Keeping Too Many People In Prison? Street, chairman of the National Parole Board, savs most oitenders are not dciritU'rous or vicious or violent, and should not be m prison. In Weekend Magazine this SdKirdav he replies to an earlier article by Maurice Mulligan, lormer B.C judge, who (intended that prisoner rehabilitation had icKt'n precedence the protection of Oil Filter More An Filter r Heavy Duty OH. warranty Peg V. 95 4 4 O O 1 Q to 93 I I O to I O Er 'Criev., Ford, or J.C.I-, On. Priced 1 89 9f ic OFF Top quality de- tergent-type oil protects from rust, corrosion. Reg. 69e 55t Regular Motor Oil. Has natural vents and low car- bon content for minimum deoocits. 49c SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a rn. to 6 p.m. Doily Thursday and Friday unhl 9 p.m. Centra Viilogs 2nd Ave. ond St. N. "TheStampeders" Mark David Goldman accompanies Canada's No. 1 rock group on an Ontario tour, last Photos Of lost Days Superb photographs of Indian life at the turn of the century taken by Edward S. Curtis who visited 80 tribes in the Canadian and American west. Cycling Togs A colorful fashion piece on coo! new clothes for bike riding. Pancake Pleasures Margo Oliver's dessert pancake recipes- The Uthbridge Herald ;