Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
14 November 13, City Scene Broncos' owner to talk Thursday The perilous world of pro sport is the subject of a talk Thursday to the Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs. Bill Burton, 49, manager and part owner of the Lethbridge Broncos will give the noon luncheon at Ericksen's Restaurant a behind-the-scenes glimpse of financial problems facing sports jromoters. Golf cart recovered from lake A slightly damaged and wet golf cart was pulled from Henderson Lake Tuesday. The gasoline-operated cart was driven into the lake by van- dals, Lethbridge city police believe. Damage to the cart amounted to about Silver, movie camera taken A Lethbridge home was broken into between Saturday and Wednesday for the second time in six months, Lethbridge city police report. LeRoy Hovey, 1702 14th Ave. N.. told police Wednesday someone entered his home and took 525 in silver and a movie camera. Entry was gained by forcing a milk chute in the rear of the home. The Hovey residence was broken into in July and about in money was taken. Police are still investigating the Wednes- day break-in. Stereo tapes taken from cars About in stereo tapes were reported stolen from two ?ars parked in North Lethbridge Tuesday night. Larry Guenther, 744 12th St. N reported Wednesday about '.5 tapes were taken from his car parked in front of his home, lector Wiehler, 124 19th St. N., told police someone took 24 apes, valued at about from his car also parked in front of home Tuesday night. Sadie Hawkins week Nov. 18 A wild goat milking contest, tug-a-war, hay ride, gunfight at ligh noon and a chuckwagon dinner are some of the highlights of Sadie Hawkins week at the Lethbridge Community College Nov. '8 to 23. Hay 'should be tested' Dairymen are being cautioned to seek an analysis of any lay stocks they plan to fall for their herd. Jerome Martin, animal nutritionist for the Alberta depart- ment of agriculture, says the quality of roughage being fed is important for all livestock but it is more important for dairy :ows to maintain milk production. The amount of grain and protein supplement fed to cows is directly related to the amount of forage which the cows eat. This voluntary intake, in turn, is related to the maturity and fibre content of the forage. The more mature the hay. the lower the intake. Also, the digestible protein and the digestible energy content of the hay decreases dramatically as maturity increases, said Mr. Martin. Socreds to keep officers The Lethbridge West Social Credit Constituency Associa- tion will continue with its current officers until the PRICE CROWN LYNN IRONSTONE 20-pc. sets Limited quantity. La PALGMA FOCUS EMERALD TOSCA SHERWOOD TOLEDO Call China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN spring, constituency president Gerald Waldern said today. The association's annual meeting made the decision Tuesday because the meeting last year was held late. The officers should have a full- year term, he said. Thursday's meeting was held because the constitution requires one before the provincial convention, said Mr Waldern. Eight delegates have been selected so far to attend the convention Nov. 28. 29 and 30. PENNER'S PLUMBING in W Water Heaters and 1209 2nd Ave. S. 327-4121 Certified Dentil Mechanic CLIFF BLACK, BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLD6. Lower PHONE 327-2822 VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS 904 7th Ava. South Phone 329-4545 and VANTA'S RANCHLAND MEATS Westminster Shopping Phone 328-0637 Your sta't at Vania's win worv TOT you ofd Personal senses you bv e'even oeoo'e Amazira you t'ou really have made Vanta s success n a per od ess one TfiaT 15 indeed Jus" 'hint- Feed e even by K9T VCHJ Low-LOA-low PT i 1. Hamburger 2. BMfSiusige 3. Pork Sausage 4. Ground Chuck 5. Ground Steak 6. Country Cut Spare Ribs 7. Country Cut Shoulder Steak 8. Country Cut Short Ribs 9. Country Cut Pork Chops 10. Country Cut Cutlets 89' f. t 1.09 79e 1.29 1.99 Don i your qu'Ck A-Pod-i 2 3 4 Q'ztie B-B'uc No 1 only SKOD Freezer bv Beel Expels at Van's s Meats stores to ALL OTHER MEATS AT VERY COMPETITIVE PRICES THIS WEEK! Sled weather Lethbridge's Indian summer has come to an end, and the first sign of winter young tobogganists heading for the coulees has appeared. At right, Kevin, 5, Sean, 7, and Brian Simpson, 4, of 2218 19th St. S., head out to the coulee hill, and at left, Kevin takes the first slide down the hill for the winter. One man fined another to be tried One man pleaded guilty to possession of stolen property and a second was committed for trial Tuesday as a preliminary hearing began for five city men charged in connection with the theft of a number of television sets. Leonard Fink, 36, 525 Staf- ford Drive, was sentenced to one day in jail and was fined this morning in provincial court. He will be on probation one year. Felluccis Potocnjak, 28, of 1311 1st Ave. N. was com- mitted for trial on a charge of possession of stolen property. Provincial Judge L. W. Hudson heard testimony from two Lethbridge store managers and one Coaldale store manager whose shops _had been broken into in "August and September. Suetake Nishimura, manager of the now-closed Acme TV, told the court 15 televisions sets had been stolen from his I3th Street shop Sept. 15. When the sets were recovered by city police he was able to identify 13 of them. Glenroy Payne, manager of Southern Alberta Co-op in Coaldale, testified his shop was broken into on Aug. 27 and six television sets were taken. He said he has identified four Fighting police costs fine A 23 year old Blairmore man arrested Sunday after a fight and chase involving city police was fined a total of S280 in provincial court Tuesday after he pleaded guilty to in- toxication and resisting arrest. Fernand Gervais was fined for resisting arrest and or five days in jail for be- ing intoxicated in public. The incident occurred while the accused was being arrested for being intoxicated in the 300 block of 5th Avenue South. Land use briefs heard tonight Briefs regarding individual and group .concerns about land use in Alberta will be presented by Vulcan area residents tonight in the Vulcan Memorial Centre at p.m. Nick Agnew. program supervisor for the public in- formation meetings and brief preparation sessions spon- sored by the Rural Education and Development Association for the Alberta Land Use Forum, said he expects briefs at Vulcan to range from recreational use of agricultural land to the ques- tion of expansion of Hutterite controlled lands. A similar meeting is scheduled for the Brooks Ser- vice Centre Thursday at p.m. and in the Medicine Hat Provincial Building Monday at p.m. Briefs from Twin Butte. Beaver Mines. Blairmore and Pincher Creek areas will be presented to Mr. Agnew in the Mathew Halton High School' Tuesday at 7-30 p.m. with a similar meeting set for the Taber Provincial Building Nov. 18 at p.m. sets recovered by police. William Baker, owner of Baker Appliances, said his warehouse was burglarized Sept. 13. When the inventory was taken at the end of September it was discovered that 19 televisions had been stolen. City police constable James MacKay, who took part in the investigation of the thefts, testified that at a.m. Sept. 15 he found Potocnjak sitting in a pickup truck at the side of the road on South Parkside Drive. "I noticed a television set in the cab and asked him where he got it. He said it was black and white and he bought it for from an Const. MacKay said. He told the court he looked closer at the television and found it to be a color set. "I told him there had been a break and enter the night before and I took the accused and the set to the Const. MacKay testified. The constable told the court a check of the serial number on the television showed it came from Acme TV. Court also heard testimony that Potocnjak put at least three television sets in the garage of Lucian Pizzingrilli, 1205 Lakewood Road, who is also charged with possession of stolen property. Pizzingrilli, owner of The Swap Shop on 2nd Avenue South, testified he told Potocnjak to remove the television sets from his gar- age and that he didn't know the sets were stolen property. Court was told Potocnjak worked for Pizzingrilli at the Swap Shop as a seller and buyer. the preliminary hearing continues today. Evidence will be heard against Pizzingrilli and Frederick James Jaworsky, of Calgary, charged with possession of stolen property, and Michael Duane Emard. 23. of Lethbridge. who is charged with break, enter and theft and possession of stolen property. Shelton Ririe named reeve CARDSTON fStaff) Shelton Ririe of Magrath has been named reeve of the Cardston Municipal District, replacing Harold Jensen who was defeated in the Oct. 16 municipal elections. At its organizational BERGMAN'S Floor Coverings SALES AND INSTALLATIONS By DON BERGMAN Thurxtoy till 9 p.m. PHONE 328-0372 2718 12th South meeting Tuesday council named the following com- mittees' Pubisc works- Reeve Ririe and ali members of council. Councillors Bryan Smith of Hillspring. Bob Arnold of Del Bonita. Ken Woolford of Card- ston. Mike Schneyder of Magrath, Ken Beswsck of Spr- ing Coulee and Bob Moicak of Leavitt Fire protection Councillors Woolford and Schneyder. Recreation Councillors Beswick. Molcak and Smith FOX DENTURE CLINIC t-i PHONE 3Z7-S5B5 E. S P FOX. C.D.M FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG LSTERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 14 3rd St. S. Phone 327-3024 STILL SELLING FOR LESS Health unit: Councillors Molcak. Smith and Reeve Rine. Oldman River Regional Planning Commission; Coun. Beswick. Welfare: Councillors Schneyder and Smith. Senior citizens" home: Councillors Woolford and Schneyder. Agriculture service board Councillors Arnold and Beswick, Agriculture development Aiuwiu. Student meeting Friday Student representatives from colleges throughout the province are to meet in Lethbridge Friday and Satur- to discuss college problems The Conference at the Lrthbridgc Community is to include workshops with resource peo- ple spf-afcing on finance, sports college activities, rnrnmunitations and college 'Illegal' mobile homes to remain for present The County of Lethbridge has decided to delay laying charges against two Coalhurst families living in "illegal" mobile homes. Council agreed Monday to suspend charges until the two mobile home owners, Ross and Robin Walker, arrange to move their trailers from land owned by their father to a trailer court. Development officer Glen Snelgrove told council the county has authority under the provincial Planning Act to "tell the Walkers they have to move tomorrow, but there's no place for them to go." He suggested the county waive charges until there is space for two trailers in local mobile home parks. If the Walkers refuse to move once vacancies arise, he added, the county should prosecute. Under the Planning Act, only one dwelling is allowed on farmland unless additional residences are used by people engaged solely in farming Coun Jim Nicol told counci he's getting "static" from Coalhurst area resident, "wanting to do the same thing." He said ratepayerr are complaining that the coun- ty, is not consistent in the en- forcement of its residence policy. Development officer Snelgrove said the county har the authority to move the Walkers' trailers. "But where do we put he asked. Another reservoir irrigation council says More upstream water storage is needed to increase irrigation land in many dis- tricts in Southern Alberta, says a member of the Alberta Irrigation Council Advisory Committee: Jim Hajash of Brooks said Tuesday the Eastern Irriga- tion District in the County of Newell, the St. Mary River Irrigation District eastern block east of Bow Island and the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District have reach- ed the limits of present water storage facilities. For these districts to ex- pand, water storage facilities must be expanded. Mr. Brewin said it isn't the role of the committee to make specific recommendations, such as the Three Rivers Pro- ject west of Pincher Creek, but to stress the need for such a facility. Walter V. Boras of Picture Butte said the use of water is being recognized more every day. He said the lack of water storage facilities on the major rivers in Southern Alberta means all water users lose spring runoff supplies. Mr. Brewin said the com- mittee has recognized the problem of a lack of upstream water storage since it was formed and recommendations for such facilities have been sent to provincial governments "in the 25 years I've been associated with irrigation planning." Another pressing problem discussed by the committee at a meeting here Tuesday dealt with power poles in fields ser- viced by irrigation sprinkler systems. Mr. Brewin said this is a growing problem in Southern Alberta and more information is being sought so the com- mittee can make a recommendation to government.. Fluoride committee yet to meet No date has been set yet for a meeting of the Lethbridge Safe Water Committee to dis- cuss the rejection of its application for a recound of Jfce Get 16 fluoride vote, .-nokcsman Mona Thorbum today District -ludge C G. YanosiJs dismissed the application Tuesday because it was made too late Miss Thorfcarn said the committee will definitely meet to decide its next step 'We feel an issue of this type deals with fundamental human Miss Thor- burn said "We plan to carry on our fight Just what direc- tion we'll take can't be an- nounced until after we meet An agreement has been worked out with the petroleum industry calling for all gas and oil wells to be drill- ed on the corner of irrigated fields so the pumping stations won't interfere with the operation of irrigation systems. Jim Graham of Edmonton, manager of the Alberta irriga- tion secretariat, sat in his last meeting with the committee. He retires to Lethbridge this month after work with the Lethbridge Northern Irriga- tion District, Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Ad- ministration, St. Mary River Irrigation District and the secretariat. No successor has been named. Cardston MD approves for seed plant CARDSTON (Staff) The Cardston Municipal District council Tuesday approved an additional grant to the proposed seed cleaning plant, making its total contribution A meeting will be held for shareholders and prospective shareholders at 7 p.m. Friday in the MD Building. At that time, participants will be asked for more money. This is because the predicted cost has now climbed to about "If we had only built it five years ago when the cost was exclaimed Coun. Bob Arnold of Del Bonita. A total of has been collected from shareholders to date, said Secretary- Treasurer Roy Legge. They will be asked to contribute to match this amount from both the MD anc the province. "Even if we don't get it all we can make arrangement? for a loan from the Agriculture Development Cor- said Mr. Legge. The MD has a site west ot Spring Coulee for the plant. SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING 328-2176 ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC SdwartzMi. 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