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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHGRIOGE HERAID Wcdnojday, November 4, 1970----------- FOdes Heads Gyro Club Juhn Fifties was cicclcd prcsi-; eludes rlu'w from Alberta, Brit- dcnl of the Lethbridge Gyros'ish 1'iiliinibia and the Pacitic norllwiv.1 in llic U.S. in-. Keith Lowinys of the local dull fleeted second licutcn- the club's Tuesday. Dr. Bill Calling is vicc-prosi dent; .luck Kimbcr, treasurer; ol District II, at W. If, (Uuil) Davidson, [he I'umr d'Aleuc convention, lary. I Installation night for the new One-year directors are Keith'cxcculivc will be Nov. with Lees and Fctcr .Jones. Two-ycnr, visitors expected from through- JOIIX FILUES Negotiations A special meeting In discuss steps in negotiations the school boards for new teaching contracts for She present demic year has hrcn called lo- niglit at 7 o'clock in in? St. Francis Gym ol Catholic Cen- tral High School. Lethbndge leathers arc requested to attend. directors arc Turn Tomnkins and George Rhodes. In reviewing highlights of Ihc past year's activities, llaljih Elfler. pasl-prcsident, saifl li'C club held another successful silver plate dinner oarly in the year. The Alberta Dance Festi- val, registered by the club in afliiiatioil with the Lethbridgc Ballet Auxiliary, has now be- come the largesl o[ its kind in the province. The rebuilt mine entrance, commemorating the site of Lelhbridge's first coal mine, was completed and officially this year. The Gyn? circus and weekly bingos held at the drive-in theatre were also described as successful ven- tures. With Lethbridge Gyros male- out province, British Colum- bia anil Idaho. nig I'aws Charge Fine Linda Tyznenko, 19, of Leth- received a two-year sus pemk'ii sentence on each of three possession of drugs charges she appeared in court Tuesday. The terms concurrently. Magistrate Lloyd Hudson fined Miss Tyznenko an addi- j tional ?-tfl) on one of the pos- session of hashish charges be- cause of tile amount involved, illiss Tyznenko pleaded guilty j lo Ihe charges Oct. 20. She will also be placed on probation for the duration of ing strong representation al Hie District 8, convention held at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho during Ihe summer, (ho club was success- j______________ ful in obtaining the 1971 Dis-} Ixjct 8, convention, which in- TTfc r asses Rural Schools' Problems 'Appreciated Aired At ASTA Meeting EDJJONTOiV Increased consultation b c I w e e n rural school boards and post-second- ary education institutions room units plus 25 students, one short of a full unit. Another resolution calls for consideration of the extra diffi- course and entrance require- ficulties Involved in nne teach- ments was called for at the an- nual meeting of the Alberta tchool Trustees Association. The problem often arises, Hie trustees that Iceal high schools do not get sufficient no- tice of these changes, so their students are net given effective counselling in Iheir matricula- tion or other high school pro- grams. The ASTA will also seek gov- ernment financial support for appointment costs involved in selection of new schools super- intendents. The several thous- and dollars involved is a con- siderable hardship for ihe loiv- bndgeled rural districts, trus- tees said. The rural districts also asked that the government issue its regular annual grants on a pro rata basis instead of a full or classroom unit basis. Under the grant system a classroom is considered to hold .26 students, and this can cost up to for a school district with a cerlain number ot class- er teaching several different grades in one classroom. The ASTA will now seek foun- dation grant changes that wdl class 21 students as a full two- grade classroom unit, and 18 students as a full three-grade 1 The Navy City council received a letter of thanks for institution and re- newal of bus passes in the city from Hie Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Inc. of Leth- bridge. The move to reduce Ihe age for receiving the bus passes had been made in a letter from the Pensioners and Senior Citi- zens Chinook branch in June. Citizens pick legal brains at law forum in Yafes CADET NEWS classroom unit. j Corps No. 50 League Cadet will parade to- Arrests, Divorce, Estates, Court Rules Ith At The People's Law Forum Isolated schools holding less i night at o'clock! than 26 students in all grades I There will be an officers will also be considered as a [meeting al the ship 10th Ave. full classroom u.Jt under the and Irlli St. S. following the An By JOAN BOWMAN Herald Siaff Writer audience of about proposal. iparade. I nelted icur lawyers wiui _. legal question.'; Tuesday iiighl Free Parkins: o 7s Extended Free Saturday parking will be extended to include all met- ers in the downtown area. City council Tuesday author- '-.ed the city manager to im- plement the change, provided costs or Use change-over are born by the Busi- nessmen's Association. The cost of new signs and stickers for the meters is ex- pected to come to about S375. The new Igns will be posted at uv'efy fourth Or meter and will he large enough tn be plainly visible. Husband., Wife And Children In Laws Covering Domestic in a public law forum at. the Yates Mejrnrial Centre. About 125 written questions were submitted to the panelists, but Uic 2Va-hour forum allowed Involved time for only 10 lo be dealt r with. Entitled The People's Law, the public enquiry was spon- sored by the Lcthbridge Bar Association, the Alberta section of the Canadian Bar Association and The Lelhbridge Herald. Prior to the questions, brief; explanations were given on commercial, domestic rela- tions, criminal and cslale law by Lethbridge laivyers Charles j Virtue, Walter Huckvale, Hub- j ert Prowse and Fred Pritchard. I Moderator of the forum was I ever, would be up to the next Judge Frank Quigley of C'al- president in Lethbridge. gary, judge of the district court j Indications ivere bolh panel- of the district of southern Al-' ists and the audience were well bcrta. i plonscd with the enquiry- Questions centered largely on the problems of estates, buti maliers of divorce, contracts I and rights of a person in j jail were also discussed. Ron Jacobson, president of (he Lethbridge Bar Association. in Calgary and Edmonton hold similar public sessions once every 18 months. Any future local forums, how- re News Of Forum On Page 19 By MARILYN ANDERSON' Family Page Editor to as by Judge F. H. Quigley, lawyer Hubert Provvse explained do- mestic relations as dealing with husband, wife and children. Limiting the discussion due to ime, to husband and wife, Mr. Prowse outlined first the re- quirements for marriage in Al- berta. Under the Marriage Act, ap- slicants must obtain a licence, medical certificate within 14 days of application, blood test, witnesses, and Ihen ap- proach either a clergyman or marriage commissioner. Mr. Prowse said in Leth- iridge (he only marriage ccrtn- (band has a right in his wife's properly. The spouse is protected from having (he property sold from under him or her or is able to refuse a lease for more than three years. The spouse may sue if the property is sold without permis- sion. Dispensation can, how- ever, be obtained from a judge who will order a certain sum to be paid to the benefit of the spouse. SEPARATION, DIVORCE Under the Domestic Rela- tions Act, a husband or a wife may petition for a decree of I missioner is Sheriff Alex Gil- ehrisc. If applicants are still under he age of 21, consent must be btained, and between the age 18 and 21, consent of one (parent, unless the applicant h'ecn for They will indicate that per- sons may park at any meter in the downtown area, free of charge, for two hours only. Cars not moved after two hours will be ticketed. Free Saturday insti- three months, in which case no consent is required. No person in Alberta under (he age of 16 may be married, but again there are exceptions, if the applicant is pregnant or the mother of a ehild. HAS 1C RULES tuted this summer at the re- quest of the businessmen's as- sociation for a cne-year trial necessmcs marriage such period, had been restricted accommodation, focd clolh- A husband is required by law to provide his wile with certain one-hour met.rs. ART DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Qldg. 328-4095 as accommodation, focd, clolh- ing, denial, medical or hospital not providing these needs. If he Early Reply Expected On Grant A reply is expected soon from Premier Hairy Strom on a request from the city for an infrastructure grant to help pay fcr t'he secondary sewage treat- ment facilities. Tom Nulling, city manager, has written to the premier ask- ing that all or a part of a defi- cit of which the city re': ynt made financing ar- rangements for Ire covered through the infrastructure grant program. Although the program is a federal one, it is administered judicial separation on grounds of adultery, cruelty, desertion. A deserted will; may apply to a magistrate for mainten- ance of wife and children, or just the children. A court order may be issued requiring a set sum to he paid for ali- mony, maintenance or bolh. In subsequent Mi-. Prowse was questioning, asked why 10 (JlUVlVlUlLi I 111; .1C lilies a wife is entitled lo I partly lllroug" provincial charge accounts and he is re- quired to pay them. Under the Dower Act of Al- berta, a wife has a righl in her property and a hus- By oulhority ol a resolution of the of ihe Ci'ty of tethbridge, lf A. C. Anderson, Mayor, do draw lo Ihe attention of all Citizens lhai ihe week commenc- ing November 5tli is REMEMBRANCE WEEK and cJo upon nil lo observe Ihe same, Given !his day of November, 1970. A. C, Anderson Mayor government. Mr. Nutting's letter says, in part, that one reason tor the escalation of costs for the sew- age facilities lias been the lo- cation in (he of new indus- tries through Ihe federal gov- 1 crnmeni's regional incentives program. 'Iliis has been an important factor in Ihe original estimate of about million rising to million, he said. Inirnpiruclure grnnls are de- signed (o assist, municipalities there is difficulty in enforcing stfch court orders, and what can be done about it. Mr. Prowse said that enforc- ing such orders is an admitted problem and that it is one area of the law that may need to be changed. As to enforcing the c o u r order, he said lhal application may be nwcJe to Judge Frank Byrne of tho Lelbbridge Family Court to have the parson against whom the order has sen made to appear in court. Such person may be commit' 'ed to jail for a period of up to one year under certain cir- cumstances, for instance, lor; fajjijjg to appear fcr l.hn o.xa nation, DIVORCE ACT The Supreme Court of Al- berta hears actions under the Divorce Act of 3368. Adullery, rape, homosexufllHy, bigamy, cruelty are some of the new grounds. Permanent marriage break- d o w n( another new circum- stance, includes a jail term of Ihrce out of five years preceding the action; a tivo-yesr term out of a loUl sentence of 10 or more years; a three year addiction to drug, alcohol where there is no reasonable expscta :ion of rehabilitation; disap- f pearancc for three years, or ipouses living apart for at least' .hrec years. Under the Divorce AcE. Die applicant must have resided in Canada for 10 months mil of he previous 12-month period. Separate action must be aken to deal din'sion of property. Either husband or. vife may make appYicat'mn It's 43 years since we firs) open- ed n small Hardware siore on 3rd Ave. and Hoyf's has grown consid- erably sinco then and although we (alto a back sear lo no one in pro- viding quality merchandise at com- pelil'we pficei, sale values and friendly, knowledgeable service. 16-Pietc Starter Seis and Open Slock. Pallerns: Pennine, Slerling May- flower, Sherwood, Shamrock, Canierbury, Kismef, Dufcora, Vista in Pink. SILVERPLATE HOLLOW ARE AND FLATWARE SALE! Silverplote Troys, Tea Service Ccke Plales, Water Car. dlebra. Etc. Communily and 1847 Roger Bros. Flatware, CiiesJs, Sets and Open Sleek Pieces. OFF Exojnple: Communily 40-Piece Dinner tor Eighl Sel in modern baroque. Regular SAlE 79.95 lo upgra'ic the basic facilities alimony depending upon ol Ihe community, ihas the means. who NOVEMBER SPECIALS REDUCED TO Shampoo Set.. 2.2S 1.50 MARQUIS BEAUTY SALON MARQUIS BEAUTY SAION PHONE 328-227A ANNIVERSARY STEMWARE CLEARANCE Conlinenlol Stemware. Modern clear pclfern, Regular 1.75 o 1 17 Sale, per Hem I I I PRINCESS PATTERN (Platinum Bond) Regular 7.50 stem. Sale Price, per stem ROCKWELL VARIABLE Speed and Reversing Electric Drill Regular 44.97. SALE SOLORAY VAPORIZER 1 gallon capacity safety shuloff. Regular 4.99. SALE 3.99 PINWHEEt LEAD CRYSTAL Excellent selection of vases, creams and sugars, decanlErs, fruit bowfs, etc. 0 OFF! Continues Thru To Saturday November 7th! Don't Miss It! SAMSON DOMINION 3 SPEED HAND MIXER I year replacement guarantee. Avocado, Harvest Gold or While. Regular 11.95. SALE ARLINGTON ELECTRiC BLANKETS liy Soloray 1 year guarantee. Single EecJ, Single Tfl QC Control.. Sale 10.73 Double Bed, Single ir QC Conlrol. Sale IJ.TJ Double Bed, Double 17 QC Conlrol. Soli- EVEREADY 6 VcSt Lantern SeaJed lighf wilh power- ful bailcry pock. Regular 11.90. SALfE CORNING WARE 7-PIECE SAUCEPAN SET Consist of 32, 4fl, 56-oz. sages- pans, 3 covers and handle. Open S'ocV Value SALE PRICE 10 .99 Just Say "Charge It" Open 'Til 9 p in. TiWs. arid Fri. Yon Always Do BcMcr At: DOWNTOWN 606-60B 3rd Avenue Saulli Phone 327-5767 NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13lh Slreet North Phone 328-4441 ;