Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
4 THE IE1HBRIDGE HERALD Fiiilay, Jgly 1972 SATURDAY diM-ussed at tenant claims court is nol n cosily means of settling n dispute. "A person need only lo go lo Ihc coiirl house office, where he be helped by Ihe clerks, who will prepare Ihe necessary he claims Small claims court is nol as strictly lain as other courts, and often both sides arc presented in a rather relaxed atmosphere. Alter hearing both sides the small claims court judge dcrs his decision. If if is not adhered [o, the complainant may have the decision enforced by the district court by registering it, for a cost of only 50 cents. "A lawyer is not always needed in Ihc small claims court, and quite often a settlement of a dispute over rent or a damage deposit may bo reached at little he said. A way to protect landlords against tenants who may want to break a lease by forcing the landlord lo evict them is to include a lease clause called a linuidatinft damage deposit. A liquidating damage deposit is forefeited by the tenant if he deliberately breaks the lease, he said. Mr. Wilde also pointed out an oddity of the Landlord and Tenant's Act when he noted a andlord may ask a tenant to leave with 30 days' written no-lice, but must give 90 days' written notice for an increase in rent. "The 90-day lime period for rent increase may easily be gotten around by telling a tenant he must leave in 30 days, jut if he wants lo remain at the end of the lime period the rent be said Mr. Wilde. ac Dy I.AIUIY BENNETT Herald Staff Writer Only nine persons nltcnded a seminar on the legal aspects at the Alberta landlord and tenants at the Lethbridge Community College. Seminar speaker Ross Wilde, a local lawyer, told the small gathering of both landlords and .enants that "the act takes a [atherly attitude toward t h e Lenant, and the landlord can Lake care of himself." Most of the hour-long seminar was directed toward discussion of the tenant's rights while in a rented premises, and (he recovery and disposition ot a damage or security deposit once the tenant has vacated the property. "As long as his rent is paid, a tenant has the right to quiet enjoyment of the premises. At the same time, the landlord has the right ot reasonable inspection of the property at a reasonable said Mr. Wilde. He said it is not an inherent right of the landlord to have o key to an apartment, as long as he is granted opportunity for reasonable inspection of his property. The landlord has no legal recourse in demanding a key to rented property as long as his right of inspection is granted. (This does not make it illegal for the landlord to possess a key.) He suggested a tenant did not have to be present for an inspection, but suggested a prudent landlord would make an inspection only when the tenant was present, to avoid possible problems which could arise. Mr. Wilde stressed the distinction between the terms damage deposit and security deposit. When money is given the landlord to be held In trust and is specifically earmarked as a damage deposit, the landlord is not permitted to retain any portion of it to apply to any back rent which may be owing at the time the tenant leaves the property. A damage deposit may only be withheld to pay for damages. A security deposit, on t h e other hand, may be withheld both for damages and back rent. If all or any portion of a damage .deposit is withheld, the law places the responsibility accounting for the money withheld on the landlord. If the deposit has not been returned in 10 days, or an accounting in writing delivered to the tenant, the landlord is boon I able to a summary conviction I with a line of up lo If the tenant disputes the amount of money withheld he may lake his claim to Ihe small claims court. Mr. Wilde explained Merchandise On Sale Friday 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. And All Day Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 The next United Appeal campaign will not have a published objective but will strive to raise as much money as possible, The Herald has learned. This is lo avoid possible public disappointment should the campaign fail lo reach its objective, as has been the case in the past three years. Campaign organizers have agreed lhat to make Ihe 1972 United Appeal attractive, new gimmicks are necessary. The possibility of a Miss United Appeal has been mentioned. The next campaign will be crucial because some of. the community's 16 member agencies including the Canadian Mental Health Association s have Ihrealened lo quit unless they get what they want. This will provide much challenge to Allan Purvis, who will be Ihe new Community Chest executive director after working with Jim Smith the next campaign. Organizers hope that Mr .Purvis wil! bring new ideas to the also hope to avoid improper distribution of funds. Last year, despite the fact that some member agencies were faced with financial disaster, one agency received more funds than it could use and consequently used it on interior decorations, which were not LADIES' WEAR 4% 4% NAUTICAL SALE -Complete Assortment of TOPS Bj ll 1 -Complete Assortment of SLACKS OFF Complete Assortment of DRESSES NOW Toffies is lost and unless he is found, there are fining to be a lot of sad children in Lethbridge. The miniature Dachshund has been a friend, companion and confidant tor hundreds of children who have atlended the Kraddle Koop day nursery during the past eight years and last night, he wandered away without a trace. This is highly uncharacteristic of the affable little pup with the droopy ears since he never goes more than a couple of blocks away from home. Toffies was last seen in the area of 2208 Mayor Magrath Drive around 11 p.m. He was wearing his favorite reddish brown coat with a white ascot under his chin. Distinguished grey flecks around his face and a bit of basic jewelery, his studded glass collar complete with dog tags, completed Toffies' outfit. His short, little bowed legs couldn't have carried him far since last night, so lost please keep an eye out for him. Toffies means n lot to the little kids at the Kraddle LADIES' CRIMPKNIT PANTS Style Novy -Sizes 10 to 16 SHRINKS Stripei and Prints Red, Mauvt -Sires 234 REG 333 congratulates Frank Smith The Travel and Convenlion Association of Southern Alberta has issued a public congratulation to its manager, Frank Smith, for passing examinations lo become an accredited member of the Canadian Public Relations Society. TCASA president John Neal issued a prepared statement commending Mr. Smith for joining the ranks of approximately 300 people who have successfully completed the public relations course. Tho code of professional standards of the society requires that members: adhere to the highest standards of honesty, accuracy and truth, and shall not knowingly disseminate false or misleading information; not represent conflicting or competing interests with-oul Ihe express consent of those concerned; and not engage hi any practice which has Ihe purpose of corrupting Ihe integrity of channels of costs Two Lethbridge men who threatened to cut a teen-aged motorcyclist's hair were fined each when they pleaded guilty Wednesday in provincial judge's court to charges of common assault. Court was told a youthful motorcyclist had made several passes at a parked car occupied by William Ririe and Leroy Vemon Gourley. On each pass the cyclist threw garbage in or at the car. When the youth refused to slop annoying the men they pursued him, caught him and Ihrealened lo cut his hair "if he didn't smarten up." A police official told the court Ihe crown didn't consider Ihe men's actions lo represent a major Wilde said it is (he re-sponsibililv of Ihe landlord lo keep the building in good general but. there is no specified period of lime for the re-decoration of a rental property. The next in Ihe series of seminars on renters, landlords and problems will be in two weeks in the Kate Andrews lecture theatre of the Lethbridge Community College. The topic or featured speaker has not yet been named. MEN'S SKINNY RIB SHIRTS .-Zipper Front Sleeves Blue, Drown .-Size, 244 REG. 3.94 EACH BOLD STRIPE SHIRTS Sleeve Burton Plaquel Front -Sizes S.M.L 494 REG. 5.96 ___ starts on building new office Construction started Thursday on a new office building on Ihe southwest comer of llth St. and 3rd Ave. S. The square-foot, storey building will cost an esti-mated part-owner Bob Parsons said. The building will be divided into three sections, one of which will be renled by a national firm, he said. D o r i g a 1 1 1 Construction Is scheduled lo complele the offices by September. HALF PRICE SANDAL CLEARANCE 4 42 Styles la Choose From H for Other Shoe Clearance Specials B Reg 2 84 nnir Day Children's Day during the Lethbridge and District Exhibition is Wednesday. At a.m. there will be a free show for kiddies in front of the grandstand. Children 14 years of age and under will be admitted free to the grounds until 5 p.m. Midway rides will operate at reduced prices and a show with many prizes will be put on in front of the 100% ENGLISH CRIMPKNIT .-60" Wide Aisorfed colon and prints REG. 3.46 INSECT REPELLENT Black Flici and Away oz. Spray Can REG 76c. EACH missing An HCMP air search for Angela Huemer, 16, missing from Lethbridge since June 27 was unsuccessful during an eight-hour search of the Lethbridge, Hardieville and Kipp areas Thursday. At press lime it had not been delermined if the air search would be STP KEEP COOL RADIATOR TREATMENT Sizft Protect a against rust and Imurei a cooler running system. 196 REG. 2.96 EACH I W x OUTSIDE FRAME UMBRELLA TENT Plattic lined on the Following is a list nE successful candiales in ex Pcta; Jo-Anne M. Dubs. GRADE 6 PIANO Honors Carolyn Saunders; Rona-lee Bennell; Anqelike Horvath, Lon Sheen Mark A. Alhrecht, By. rcn Glass, Carla M. Reid f Sandra Carnine, Jeanelle Judith A. Cummins, Cglleen J. Dogterom, Fawn V. McLaughlln, Koren Stevenson Pass Teri J. Higa, Ruth Weln-Iraub Cindy L. Garner, B r e n 1 Colby, Marilyn AAcCulloch Linda A Groves, Kevin C. Piney, PAerina Russell Heather E. Atkinson, Gordon K. Ens, Cindy A. Gleb, Melany Gough, Glerida M. Kosladlnovich, Elizabelh LJsowski Vivian L. Toth, Alice Veluw L. Fern Gore; Brenda F. Burton, Catherine M. Mayled, Carole Ohasnl, Carolyn Phillips, Joan C. Rollingson GRADE 5 PIANO Honors Dawn Makiskl, Trudy M. Pitcher; Kathy R. Bullock, Linda K. Enrs Joseph Anderson, Deborah Elrose, Donna Gibbons, Cixi-slance M. Kroker, Jane E. pobison Jody L. Fisher; Susan Boras, Shelly Klovansky, Cindy L. Sepo- Gail Trolanenko Cecilia Malkas; Teresa L. Powell, Vana Lwmnrd, Charlorle Wiens Pa-.s Lorna Erickson, Tracy Cooler, Brenda L- Hallorl, Carolyn Heninoer, Elaine H. Krokor, Jill Regan, Gayle Wheeler, James Willams Ruth Beard, David Weintraub Shelley A. Gctle, Laura j Unruh Susan A. Lewis, Lrannc Wehlage Barrv Bon-plle Julie Websler Kalhryn Davics, Connie Francis Pam-elo D Garner; Margaret L. Beckcl; Douqias Copplclers, Hoana Weaks GRADE PIANO Uo-icrs Hirvolh, Cheryl A. rJelson f Shaunn Hullock, T Josse Wlldo Jortnnc J. Hransc, Cynlhln A Tys-.-land Lorraine Doras, Lori Hall, Calhy M. Hai Lynn C. Bacrq, Debbie J. Nilsson, Sandra Puurvecn 'equal) Richard 1 cnoq- Sharr.n M. Orr, Cindy Pcdrini, Terry Veluw D. Jeffrey Ham-li Inn, Shelly Konynenbelt result Colleen E. Bernhardf, Kalhy Broad-head, Brenda A- Friescn, Gail M. O'RIley, Janet Seklya, listed (equali; MarthB Draffln, Peter J. Enns. (equal) Pnss Jeennle M. Harsany, Brenda J. Hughes Shauna Nalder, Wendy Plcrson, Teresa Sadowsk Mary C. Roberls; Bonnie L. Harsany. GRADE T PIANO First Class Honors Laurie Beres-nsk; Kevin D. Torrle; Carol Garner, Shelley Parkinson Flora Er-dos, Jurfy L. Torrle Marian C. Irmlcr, Karren Slaulh Rand Bird, Jill L. Carlson, Beverly Karren, Eila NirX, Carol Orr, "TelEnl Drr, Jan M. Rosdhouse Honors Lorelei Hlronaka, Mark Johnson, Raehelle Orr, Chris A. Weber Jan L. Carlson, Ronnld W. Clay, Michael D. Hamilton, Tamiko L. Hironaka, Barbara Karren, Simon Layng, Kflly Rempel Estello Wrlghl; Eric A. Atkinson, Richard Derrlco, Susan Hoffman, David Sheen Lynelte S. Marlin, Marilyn L. Websler Venila Sanqsler; Peler Brown, Tim Goodwin Pass Gail L. Hughes; Ian R. Lowe. GRADE 1 WINNER ART WILLMS" Mr. Keilh Bickerlon, Area Manager of Engineered Homes, Lelh bridge, is pleased lo announce that Mr. of the lelhbridge Area Branch of Engineered Homes has been named Top Salesman in Canada for the monlh of May, 1972. Mr. Willms is a very worthy recipient of the Way bonus i pri-u w.th a Inlal of 10 new home sales in I rat monlh 1 equalling a volume in excess of GA Reg. 49.92 EACH V 1 recently by the Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto in Lethbridge. Names are arranged in order of merit, PERFORMER First class honors Anna J. Lybhert. GRADE 3 PIANO First Class Honors Kevin Willms; Jotelyn Vanorman; Maureen Snow: Marilyn B. Sawada; Isabel F. Bechl-hold. Honors Larry A. Hal, -10 n- FIBREGLAS CAR TOPPER. C1CQ BOAT 9199 r A A iixtr TRI-HULI. C9OQ CLEARANCE -Slightly marked -11 FT. CANOE. C 1 CO floor demos. Reg. 89. 9 99 CHARGE IT NO DOWN a L. Srellon fcouaU. TEACHER Honors Barry P. W-aier; Carol R. Stein; Beverly A. McKoe; conditioned in ear lest and sight reading Agnes Taylor, condllioned In viva voce (a) pedagogic principlfis (b) applied pedagogy and technical requirements, Linda A. Taylor. GRADE 10 PIANO Firsr Class Honors Edwin E. Gnandt; honors Carol Fekete; Naomi M. Hoyl; Pass sherry Pralt; Margarer S. Brown. GRADE t PIANO Honors Cheryl Russell; Susan L. Webstsr; Sharon Sam, Virginia Rae, Bruce Talr, Wanda Wch-lage, Caroline Weslwood Joanne Juris, Barbara Larson, Mark Rogers LcrrI L Shawna D. Layton, David j! Linilski, Pamela Sucher Julie D. Har-rs. Lor) A. Lavkulik, Lilly G. Sleod, Gordon Tail, Sara Weintraub Mona R. Fisher; Parti Hill, Lori M. Wlngfleld Becky Gooler, Kel-y Klovansky Jennifer Chue, Raymond Cooper, Cindy L. Wiens Jean Barton, Lvle B. Jones, Belly Leister, Chris Wehlage (equal) Pass Jane Francis, Danny Pier-son, Robin E. Rains, Kathleen J. Simmons Linda L. Chalmers, Dick E. Meycnng (cquah; Sandra Bonelle, Janice See-ly. Grant B. Wiens (equal J. Plomp, David P. Sarslield Da lion J Harding, Connie A. Larson feauaH; Dawn DeBocr. GRADE 3 PIANO First Class Honors Tovl G. Hud-d csJone, Lee Onufrechuk, Susan Vel-uw Honors Gregory Jarvic, Lisa Tro-fymaw Diane Bullock, Diane Greliinder, Kim M. Moshurchak, R chard Smith Norr-ne A Smith, Zyla Weniz Anita M. Juhar, Olive Rollins, Dennis Shice-matsu, Karen V. Cornish, Irene Donkerrooed, L. Irlarn, Kiitt.cMne Nicliavis, Dircllvy G Rcl-mer, Louise Scely Kandit? A. Crawford, Lorcile J. Mar-lln, Sandra A. Morris, Charlcne Orr Darlenc Flclchcr, Sandy Lang, Dinah S. Mcycrinq Teresa D. Juhar, Gordon S. COLEMAN FUEL mixture for Coleman Camping Equipment -128 fl. ox. tin SPORT LIGHTS -100' light circla Windproof lo 10 hours on one filling REG. 18.44 1 A EACH.... Patricia Hrynkiw; Rcnae Orr; Louise Bridge, L. Jean Gore Mary TollMlrup; Shaunn J BlBxoll; Alyce E. LeGrandeur, Sharon Penner GRADE B PIANO Honors Mary Ellen Gcslin; Fallh K Tflkeda, Barbara Ward (equal L nda D. Smith; Thomas Carter, Elaine M. Gaszler, Pally Klnniburgh, Lydla G. Regler Marnare A- Oseen, Mary J. Schill Pass Shelley Burl, Elinor Schneider Carol McKeniic; Wendy Anderson, Richard Torrle Marilyn Anderson, Shcrill Doylo HVsall; Jcanno R. Chrlslie, Cheryl-anr.e Schernr GRADE 7 PIANO Honors Marvin H. Dueck, Pair c ii Tomila Irene Jam; Judith A. Melnyk; Thomni C Kninht, Sandra L. Mikl, Susan Wilson Sandra-Lynne M. Quail, Debbie A. Vnselenak (equal) Roberta Grynoch, Lorraine Tocws Wary DcJong, Nancy C. Hodqc, Pelor Jenkins, Diane Keeler, Teresa Afl. Linilski, Traber Byrne Brewerlon; Ronald Beyer, Shelley Burl (eauaO. GRADE 7 VIOLIN Honors Thomas C. Knight; David Grobsklaus. GRADE I VIOLIN Honors Nancy B. Fester; Darlene Clark. Pass Barbara Haney GRADE SINGING Honors Helen Fricson; Eliiabclh Ccrnocfc, GRADE 8 SINGING Honors Gay L. Plcmp; Audrey GRADE I SINGING Honrrs Dawn GRADE 10 SPEECH ABTS Hwicrb Tom Carter; Shirley John 2 MAN INFLATABLE 1 BOAT chomben M Hoavy fjauga P.C.V. Vinyl H Repair Kit 1 SPLASH 1 WADING POOL I Diameter H Removablo Sea-Saw B REG ,4 66 1 Q Q A Terry Pills GRADE 3 SPEECH ART Firs! Class Honr.rs Joanne R r-ie; Tamara J. HOLIDAY SALE _ j 1970 CYCLONE GT 2 DOOR HARDTOP tffjjjk Silver grey, black inlcrior, 429 4 speed, pow- 1 y V JP- er steering, power brakes, console shift and buckcl seals. HOLIDAY AT dttktt FREE 50 GAS HCOLLeoe MeHCUHLY 171 8 -3rd Ave. S. Phone 'rquaD; Lavtrni? Gilrhrisl, Marcey Pitman Weldm D. Ducck, Dtbnrnn P. Sthaulele Winnlfrcd DeJong, Monica (nquaD. PflS-. Henrietta Oonkprsgocri, Kim M. Guilman. H n n c y Puurvccn (equal'; Nancy C. Crnlk. Cheryl Kathy Court, Joan Rayma M. Miller, Shirley EACH 1 1 WHOOP-UP DAYS SPECIAL! JULY 14th to 21st CIGARETTES ALL POPULAR BRANDS KING SIZE AND REGULAR i CARTON M.55 GREEN'S POP SHOP 544- 13 STREET NORTH "THF HOME OF THE 60< 1 SLEEPING BAGS 4 97 1 H -Twin Tab Zipper -30" x 71" H _SonilIred -.Zip two toqnthrr for a twin B Reg. 6.77 EACH County Pair Shopping Ccnlrn on Mayor Magrath Drivo Open Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.) 1 H Tnuriday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Tolophone 328-8171.