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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Lethbridge, Alberta M the Lethbridge Herald saturday May provincial court Driver fined a Stirling resident stopped by fish and wildlife officials near Lethbridge last month was fined for his fifth drinking and driving related offence within eight years. In levying the hefty Fine judge Brian Hogan noted it has been six years since Walter George Hofer was last convicted. If the offences were closer a period of incarceration would be in warned the judge who also suspended Hofer s privilege to get a licence for six months. Charges were Laid after Hofer showed signs of being impaired but refused to give breath samples As demanded april 15. Hofer was fined an additional for driving without a licence after he admitted his licence was suspended indefinitely in 1982 As a result of a judgment following an Accident. For drugs a 20-year-old City Man with a related record was fined Friday for his third drug related offence within two years. A trial into the charge was averted after Frank Karl Kapitany jr., changed his earlier plea and admitted having Possession of 1 a ounces of marijuana last december. Freddie s exterior paint it still o Iii f Stirling a 15 holc the charge was Laid after Kapitany was picked up by City police on outstanding warrants and the drugs valued at were found in seven separate plastic bags on him. The Crown alleged a previous record including drug Possession convictions in 1984 and 1985. First offender a 32-year-old first offender approached by City police March 1 was fined Friday after he admitted refusing to provide breath samples As demanded. Court heard Robert Brown of Lethbridge. Was t driving at the time but was believed to have had care or control of the vehicle prior to being approached. In addition to the Fine Brown had his licence suspended for three months. Conditional discharge a Southside resident charged with marijuana Possession alter a person in the next duplex complained of the drug wafting through the vents was Given a break in the form of a conditional discharge Friday. Court heard when police attended at 24-year-old Darin Chaki s residence they were met by a Strong smell of marijuana. A subsequent search revealed a plastic bag containing Quality denture clinic pm. 328-7684 Eddy Dietrich moving Owen agents for Allied Van lines or. Walter l Mitson optometrist announces the relocation of his practice to 409-5 St. South in association with or. Gerald r. Mezei or. Donald r. Ledrew under the name drs. Mitson Mezei Ledrew phone 329-6333 or 327-7555 effective May 3rd, 1986. Defence counsel Bruce Twa applied for a conditional discharge after reminding court there was no vehicle involved and that Chaki and some friends were just sitting around smoking in his apartment. Counsel added his client who has no previous record gave police full co operation. Judge Gerald Debow granted Twa s application after considering the circumstances of the Case age of the accused his previous clean slate the Quantity of drug found and the timely guilty plea entered Friday. Chaki was placed on probation with the Only conditions being that he keep the peace and be of Good behaviour for six months. Shoplifter fined a 27-year-old area Man was levied a penalty after being found guilty of shoplifting during a trial Friday before judge Brian Hogan. Arend de Vries of picture Butte was charged after he left Canadian tire without paying for a Shotgun Shell Belt valued at the store s Security officer testified she saw de Vries stuff the Belt inside a pair of Hunting coveralls and then zip the pants before folding them carefully and placing them before the sales clerk. Several other smaller items were placed on top of the coveralls and All items were paid for except the Belt which the clerk did not see. De Vries contended the Belt was put on the coveralls with the other items adding he did t know How the coveralls got zipped or How the Belt came to be inside the pants. Judge Hogan rejected defence counsel Frank Dewalle s claim his client s actions were not an act of thievery and cleverness combined but an act of casualness. A regrettable caused disturbance a Lethbridge Man found guilty of causing a disturbance by fighting was fined Friday. Scott John Leslie was charged after police were called to quell a disturbance at a cabaret on the exhibition grounds last Winter. Upon arriving the arresting officer was directed to a fracas outside the Casino building involving three men. Public intoxication three area persons arrested on Public intoxication charges were levied monetary penalties Friday. Fined were 49-year-old Eddie first rider and Clifford shot both sides 28. First rider of Cardston was apprehended after he was almost struck by a car while staggering on 4th Street s., thursday evening. Shot both sides alias Clifford chief Moon was arrested for the second time this month after he was found drunk in gait gardens. James Robert Doucette was levied a Fine after court heard he was take your pick 20% off a Large selection of men s dress and casual shoes. 25% off entire selection of ladies sweaters in our ladies sportswear department. 25% off a varied selection of ladies Spring summer pumps casuals. 50% off entire selection of ladies Wool and Wool blend Coats. 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No licence driving while disqualified Cost Keith Long time Squirrel of Lethbridge Friday after he changed an earlier plea and admitted committing the offence. Missing court costly a 25-year-old City woman who claimed she missed a court appearance last month because of a lost summons was fined for the offence Friday. Judge Brian Hogan levied the heavier penalty after telling Pearline Badam you be been in court plenty of times before. You know the procedures. Losing your summons is no court heard Badam who was also fined for unlawful Possession of alcohol has missed court appearances five times in the past 18 months. Parking tickets fined for parking violations were Helen Flamand Norman Hall George Long time Squirrel Frank Morrison Theodore Patterson Leland Rowe Daniel Stebbins and Grant Warner. Drunk in Public Ronnie Wasyluk was fined Friday after he changed an earlier plea and pleaded guilty to a Public intoxication charge. Charges dismissed judge Gerald Debow dismissed two charges before him Friday following trials in Lethbridge provincial court dismissed were a charge of making an illegal a turn against Ryszard r. A Iszczok and a Highway traffic act charge against Marie Graziano. Warrants issued a warrant was issued Friday for the arrest of Pamela Reid after she failed to appear in court on a charge of defrauding social services. Warrants were also issued for Margaret Adams Sandra Fellner Richard Gibson Raymond Kostiuk Karen Lavallee Brian Many bears Brian Marin James Sachoff Leendert Overbeek Anne Rysso Richard Varley and William Williams after each failed to appear for parking violations. A warrant for the arrest of Ernst Resler was also issued after he failed to appear on a Highway traffic act charge. Charge stayed a theft charge against Charles Macpherson did not proceed to trial Friday after the Crown issued a stay of proceedings into the matter. Trial july 10 charges of impaired driving refusing to provide breath samples and driving with expired plates against Aldwin Mike Healy were adjourned to july 10 for trial. July 11 trials a trial Date of july 11 was set Friday for three separate matters before the courts. Scheduled to proceed that Day Are impaired driving and refusing to blow charges against Donald Wayne Roth an assault charge against Leonard Heninger and an allegation of speeding against Pieter de Graaf. Reserved plea Johanna Marie belts is expected to enter a plea into a charge of obtaining goods by false pretence when she appears in court May 16. Charge adjourned a charge of driving on Parkland against Delphine Bullchild was adjourned two weeks Friday after she reserved plea on the charge Laid april 10. Bullchild is expected to Deal with the matter May 23. Several parking tickets were adjourned to june 6 after those charged failed to appear in court Friday. Summonses will be issued for Les Begg Stanley Biggs Gary Robert Cross Paul Davies Brent Derricott Martin Haly Mark Kahlo Dayle Macdonald Lena Moffatt Linda Pimentel Barbara Sterenberg and Randall Towle. Other parking violations adjourned to May 16 for proof of service were charges against april Byers Wayne Gordon Donald Helfrick Connie Marie Hunter Rebecca Many Grey horses and Russell Oldenburger. One Day Only sat. May 10th your Money s Worth. Find More satisfaction or Money refunded we service what we sell coast to coast Sears s i department store credit card Home Kenmore diehard craftsman weather from environment Canada and Canadian press weekly weather review Friday May 2 partly Cloudy Light winds with a late evening Shower. High of 21, Low of 1, precipitation 0.2 my. Heating degree Days 6.9, growing degree Days 6.1. Saturday May 3 Cloudy with Early morning showers sunny afternoon moderate Westerly winds. High of 20, Low of 9. Precipitation 1.2 my. Heating degree Days 3.4, growing degree Days 9.6. I sunday May 4 overcast with Light rain Light northerly winds. High of 11.1, Low 4.1, with precipitation of 27.0 my. Heating degree Days 10.4, growing degree Days 2.6 monday May 5 Cloudy with Light rain becoming showery after noon. Light winds. High of 7, of of 3, precipitation 8.6 my. Heating degree Days 13.0, growing degree Days tuesday May 6 Cloudy with Light winds a Trace of precipitation. High of 10.6, Low 2.9, precipitation just a Trace. Heating degree Days 11.2, growing degree Days 1.8. Wednesday May 7 becoming Cloudy after noon Light winds High of 13.4, Low of -0.4, no precipitation. Heating degree Days 11.5, growing degree Days 1.5. Thursday May 87 mainly Cloudy with Light winds. High of 11.3, Low of 1.2, no rain. Heating degree Days 11.7, growing degree Days 1.3. Friday May 9 becoming Cloudy after noon evening showers with Light winds. High 13.3, Low 0.4. Showers continuing. Heating degree Days 11.1, growing degree Days 1.9. Synopsis a deep Low pressure Centre moving northward near Regina pumped Cloud and rain into Eastern Alberta today. Another minor system crossing from Southern British Columbia is spreading a band of showers through South West Ern Alberta. Western regions of Alberta will have considerably less Cloud sat urday than Eastern areas however afternoon Shower development will be a Factor right through the weekend and this will help keep temperatures below Normal. Southern Alberta is expected to be one of the drier areas although real Clearing May be delayed until sunday. All regions should recover to Normal May temperatures in the mid teens by Early next week. Continued Cool unsettled for Lethbridge Medicine hat regions mainly Cloudy scattered afternoon showers moderate Westerly winds. Highs near 12. Chance of precipitation 30 per cent. Outlook for sunday scattered afternoon showers and continuing Cool. For Waterton Park mainly Cloudy scattered afternoon showers moderate South Westerly winds. High near 10, Low saturday night near 1. Outlook for sunday Little change. For Calgary Banff sunny periods in the morning scattered showers by late afternoon High near 11. Probability of precipitation 30 per cent. Outlook for sunday scattered afternoon showers and continuing Cool. East Kootenay morning sunny periods occasional afternoon showers with the Chance of a thundershowers. Highs of 14 to 16. Chance of precipitation 70 per cent. Outlook for sunday afternoon showers. Three Day Outlook Southern Alberta monday mainly sunny with probability of showers at 20 per cent. Lows near 2, highs near 17. Tuesday Cloudy periods and a 30 per cent Chance of showers. Low near 1, High near 14. Wednesday Little change. Normal temperatures for the period 3 to 16. Sunrise Sunset the Sun sets tonight in Lethbridge at Sun rises sunday at ., sets at Canadian temperatures Toronto us observed temperatures Friday in degrees cel Sius. Minimums 8 . Tiu. To 8 Fri maximums 8 To 8 . Not Calgary Charlo Letow Churchill Edmonton Fredericton Halifax Jasper min Max 1 13 1 0 9 1 Kapuskasing 2 Kingston 7 Lethbridge 0 London 8 Moncton 0 Montreal 5 Muskoka g North Bay g Ottawa 2 8 Prince Albert 3 Prince George 2 Prince Rupert 2 Quebec City 1 Hegina 3 Saintjohn St. Johns fld. 0 13 17 12 17 20 Saskatoon Saull Ste. Marie Sudbury Sydney Thunder Bay Timmins Toronto Trenton Vancouver Victoria Wawa Whitehorse Windsor Winnipeg Yarmouth Vello Knite 16 6 it 15 15 18 14 h 15 8 17 20 15 12 . Temperatures Albany Atlanta Bismarck Boise Boston Buffalo Chicago Cincinnati Dallas Denver Detroit 1 2 is 17 31 7 19 4 18 6 9 8 17 8 22 10 24 16 27 16 18 Havana Houston Jacksonville Kansas City los Angeles Mexico City Miami Minneapolis Nassau in 01 new Orleans 21 33 new York City 7 17 22 29 22 31 18 27 17 28 13 22 12 27 Oklahoma City 16 27 Orlando 19 34 Pittsburgh 17 Raleigh 12 18 St. Louis 19 29 san Francisco 9 27 Tampa 19 30 Tucson Washington . 9 28 12 20 weather information provided by atmospheric environment services Lethbridge Airport. For updated recorded weather information Call 320-9463. For the Ama Road report 320-7623. Proclamation whereas May 12th, 1986 has been designated Canada health Day to commemorate the birthday of Florence Nightengale and whereas the theme of the Canada health Day Celebration is helping you stay and whereas the Canadian Hospital association and the Cana Dian Public health association Are sponsoring Canada health Day in order to promote awareness of health issues by the general Public and by the health care sector and whereas the City of Lethbridge joins health care institutions across the country in their activities to increase awareness of health issues now therefore i a. C. Anderson As mayor of the City of Lethbridge hereby proclaim May 12, 1986 As Canada health Day in Lethbridge. I urge the citizens of Lethbridge to participate in this worthwhile Celebration. Mayor a. C. Anderson charges withdrawn the Crown withdrew several counts Friday including a speeding charge against Kenneth Fraser an assault charge against Martin Siro Yak a charge of failing to proceed in safety against Shelley Ann Gette and a motor vehicle administration act charge against Mary Ruby standing alone. Also withdrawn were parking violations against Jordan bruised head Douglas Carlson Stuart Chabot Philip Chapman Linda Christensen Kenneth Crawford Carol Deal Kathleen Didyk . Bidollo enterprises ltd., Gail Gibson Wayne Glaab Duncan Grant Ronald Harper Michael Horvath Mona Jurkowich Terrance Justason Kerr agencies a division Lethbridge Hyundai Donnie Lim Charlotte Mcleod Thomas Morin William Moulton William Olafson Robert Frankie Psi fluid Power ltd., Peggy Rosner Thomas Stafford Douglas Stimpson Earl Wallace Arlene Ward Harold Williamson May Wooi and Douglas Zmur Chol. Charges of driving with expired plates against Richard Pasha and Brian Kathol were also withdrawn As was a Highway traffic act charge against 288798 Alberta Ltd

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