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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Fort Macleod Centennial News RAYMOND BAJSDS TO PLAY Raymond bards he conducted by Gran: Erickscn in the firs', concert of the 7.30 p.m. Sur.dsy. Mr. Lasf. jninnte adrice Ge! ,VcLeod cf tn spectator, left. rr.cn. could be iHe Fort Modeod RCMP Meanwhile, Const. Eric Wheeler of the aa'vice Const. Brian is receiving from a rVghwcy pc' on cvcidng ice inf PLAY BADMINTON COALDALE 'HNS'1 Tr-.e Cealdale Badminton Club is ac- played eve-.- Moadjy si p.m. In the Kate An- Hifh School. Friday, January 19, 1973 _ THE UTHBRIDGE HEPAtO 3 Patterson to appeal By D'ARCY RICKARD Kcrald District Editor Ciaresholm Mayor Ernie Pallcrion lo'd The Her- ald yesterday his lawyer has advised him to appeal .Mr. Justice V.'. J. C. Kirby's recent Supreme Court of Alberta ruling thai he is disqualified ir> sit on the tlaresholni "My lawyer has 2drised me to appeal, the peo- ple of Clareshoim seem to want me to appeal, so v.e are io said Mayor Patterson. As mayor, he- voted on a regarding cut- ur.g a in the higtr.vgy and this '.'.-as able ;o aiiec; a laundromat ov.T.ed by Mayor Patterson in a C'laresholm shopping cenire. Mr. Patterson said the judgement indicates he has served the town in good faith. He thai 7 of the judgement by Alberta Supreme Coun Justice J. C. Kirov says, in part: "It matters no; ihat the council may have been act- ing in good faith and have been in the interests of the municipal torporation. and in this case there is no eudtnce lha; Patierson v.'ss actirg otherwise." In other .-aid Mr the judge feels 1 v.-as acting in the best interests of the municipality. "AccoitLr-Ely." said the judgment. "I am_left v.itii other than to declare that Ernie R. Patterson :s disoualified io be a member of the council cf the Tov.n of Claresholm. However, in of the circumstances of this case. 1 do not consider he should be pe.-aiized wiili costs." Mayo: Patterson says. "So in other words then, he is sayir.g. this is what my lawyer indicates any- way, that I nave not becefitted myself. That is why I ajn a member of council should not vote on any Question in which he has a direct or indirect peiurisry interest. "I feel about ii. tliat he has said T was myself in any way. ''We think v.e should appeal." BC.VP pfoyer Bob Maumaruic, liolm ROIP. netted one goal for [he losers. Others in [fie scorins: lineup were COD- stables K. K r a e m e r, B. Young, M. Henle aad L. Hienz, Sheep grazing improvement goal CRANBHOOK Cranbrook a_id Gin arjiual niredr.c of LIP or restore sheop zrczine in Bull River sni Pre'-vcv Ridges m tht east dark o: the Rocky Mountain Lncludbc Ir-ices. The club Beits Gm-fe Biu-n-.cr president. }terry Roberta Ury ard Tsciey siirer. TV-o-year are Fred Frari Co'onna. Al A: Ccnnah. Don Ken RCMP ceuteniiial budget is now before cabinet f'INCHER CREEK -Specs! In sn.-vc-r '.o cuefliccs 03 the vaave ronve.-M.n bebg TEG Pinchc' C r e e Ce-.ter.r.iE1. fie RO'P. he treasjrer: a-.d d-t'C'-cr? "ade heid Sstirday meetuiz heard Bob Dof line. hv the pro- 5-Tut.h. L u n d b r e c k, Roiraid Price. Cr-ariie vTcod. Lome mmister nitho-j: portfolio in vbcis! for the Creei. and Feggr Lloyd. Edr.a 1 charge of tourLs-. "s p e a k or. RCMP CfrtenrJal celebraiTns Met BiaL-more. Campbta srvd Fre-d Bradley. legislative changes made by had been preserved to 'oe Newly elected directors the Progressive ConservEtue net. -vere: Frank gove-nmetti curJts ils 'L-st the election o: officers. Lundbreck. >-ear in office. A of Pirrher d n a CanrbeJ. Mr. Doviinj vifiied with dig- president Coleman and Sie'-e P-cc. Ct'le- niiariei at PLiciier Creek and c: the sss'XiEtior. star.. Lundbreci prior to going on to Other? re-e'.e-c'ed Delefate? to 1 Blairsore. Bradley, Frari: sr.erd ihe Progressive Faciug off at centre ice Barry Hereliuk, left, cf Ihe Kelson, B RCWiP subdivision, ond Bill Sterling c; the Lelh.brio'ge detochment fcce off in hockey ct Pert Mncleod. WLA Lsighlcn Buckws a'rcps the puck. FtxT hundred spectators walched tne Lethbn'c'ge RCMP go eicrwn ic hitler defect, 10-5. Swih-art Phctos Centennial gift FORT MACLEOD I-INS _ A tl.er; Cecerous dor.3t-ori to the people Thi-. i.< the first gift of ihi of the to-A-n was received type to be ctven for UK N'iebr wrek. iion. Local bttlk oil de.-l-r. Bo-b The Toxscc Oil Corr.psn Gurdersor.. his deiivere-i a as; dves Ihe p'.asscs to the.r p c: 13 dozen u-ir.e classes the purchaje o: ga. Kirc, set o: ti'c: Eger of Lhe Fort Musettra. has fcr their cmri personal use the and csn be ccGUe-.-. obtain them frcm any 01 lit ed by neeciing local dealers. ENTES ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES NOW for the 1973 Antique Auctions JUAL AUCTION SERVICES BOX 1545. CRESTON, B.C. We were robbed Const. John Oman. left. M I.clhbridCT. and CcmFi. Amir rich! in hockey uni- form, of Fort Macieod. regis- ter contrasting emotions 25 s a losing hatilc in RCMP hockp.i. Frank Eden and Lawrence rcfcrecd thp pame. Scorine for the winning Nel- son tram ivrre B, Gilchrist. Dammrn. 2. B. Taylor, n. Smith, F. Sheddon and L. Burr, one pach. Abstfa HEALTH CARE INSURANCE COMMISSION Effective Jan. 22nd 1973 New Edmornon Telephone Numbers will be; ENQUIRIES 453-42H CLilVS S. ASSESSING 429-I74I ISiVE. S GROAT ROAE 453-4110 SIMPSONS ATTENTION COMMISSION SALES PEOPLE You Are Needed In the following areas; AUTOMOTIVES APPLIANCES FURNITURE TV and STEREO Excellent earning pcteniiol is tc- tlic cqsirsuve sa'es person. will be given fo ihose With ex- perience end knowledge cf the obivp, cr closely re- lated areas. Benefits are as follows: 40-hour, 5-doy week Discouni on purchases Medical Profit sharing Apply in perion Io SIMPSONS-SEARS PERSONNEL DEPT. CENTRE V1LIAGE MALL Li: iH-NSi The Bsrons-Eureka Health Unit is liic fciiowing infant ar.d preschool clinics: PICTURE BVTTE: ,Tan. in the Piciure BuUe School from in a.m. to 12 noon and l to 3 p.m. TABFR: Tuesday. Jan. 13. in Uic Health Unit Office, in Aammisuailon Building, from If a.m. to 12 noon and to p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, Jan. 24. in the elementary srhnol from 10 a.m. (o 12 nrwn and l (o 3 p.m. V A I X Wednesday, Jan. "-I, in the clenicnian' srho.il from 10 a.m. lo TJ noon 1 lo p m. COAl.D.M.K: Tliursciay. ,lan, in Ihe Healih Vnii Office building i fioin 10 5. noon in -i TACl'U: in ihe 0: Bui '.r! iO is.m. io noon p.m R K r i d a 1v. in the fvo p.m. For scvial mcntj; teleplioiic: Co 33SS: or later "Ilio modical office uvpos paronis io children nrc 1 nrd fully YOUR CHANCE TO CHANGE THE LAWI nd p.- n order to slorl Conocicnj 'fl 10 binv IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE Home of fine Brazier FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIAL! SPECIAL! Regular 75c SUPER SPECIAL ONLY 327-4855 NORTH STORE ONLY 516-I3th Street North ;