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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wednesday, Oclobcr 18, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 GOLD CAP FOR CAT When Shiromir, a two-year-old Persian boiler known as Oscar had a cracked upper led looth, his owner a dentist put a gold cop on the tooth. Owner, Mrs. Barry Thieklke of los Altos, Calif., (left) reassures Oscar belore he is given an anesthetic. At right Thielke puts the cap on the tooth in llie hour-long operation. ______________________________ Fahler residents seek protection FAHLER CCP) Residcnls tliis northern Alberta com- munity complained in a brief to cabinet ministers about eve- nings "filled with terrifying sounds of screeching and requested increased police protection. The brief was one of many presented to cabinet ministers touring the region prior to a cabinet meeting in Grande Prairie. The brief asks for an RCMP detachment or sub-detachment, and a highway patrol unit in the community of 900. Fahler residents complained of problems with careless driv- ers, speeders and other traffic offenders, and say part of the dif fie ul ty is that Fa hler i s policed out of McLennan, 13 miles away. "Evenings last summer were filled with terrifying sounds of screeching lires on the pave- ment which lasted unlit (he wee liours of the morning. "The answer lo the whole problem Ides in increased man- power, increased patrolling and the provision of necessai-y equipment for effective traffic ontrol." Premier Peter Lougheed ar- ved in Fahler by helicopter for Ihc official sod-turning for a lodge for older persons. Earlier, he spoke at a lunch- con in Valley view, and was the subject of protests hy members of the Revolutionary Political Movement, a group contesting federal election in (he Peace River riding. Protest pickets were carried by six persons outside the hotel where the premier was to speak. The movement candidates Rev. Michael Zult, mayor of Spirit River; Gertrude Bryan of Spirit River; and Rev. Wayne vcly of ValleyvEew said that Mr. Loughecd's visit to Ihc region is using public money to sponsor Ihc campaign of Conservative house leader Ger- ald Baldwin, MP for Peace River since 1958. Mr. Loughced has denied the allegation several times, say- ing lhat the cabinet trek was planned in May, long before the federal election was an- nounced. MOD JUDGE Florida court JLitlge-ck'cl James II. Holmes, 28, pictured in n business suH, doesn't hclicvc clothes or appearance make the man, and he plans lo con- tinue to ride his motorcycle ami wear hlun jeans to wort; when lie talics olficc hi Jan- iiarv. Planned to iise laser beam to fix harness racing ROCHESTER, N.Y.