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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 Saturday, October 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Dateline Alberta Ontario man to stand trial MEDICINE HAT (CP) A 22-year-old man from Bramp- ton, Ont, was committed Fri- day to stand trial on a charge of non-capital murder in the death of a young service sta- tion attendant who was robbed last summer. Richard Denomce was ordered at the conclusion of a preliminary hearing to stand trial. The trial date has not been set. Two other persons, Charles Parker, 19, of Pembroke, Ont., and Catherine Smith, 21, of Sudbury have also been charged with non-capital murder in the case and are to appear for preliminary hear- ing on Nov. 12. They were charged follow- ing the death of Peter Van Eerde, beaten during the robbery of the ser- vice station where he was working at 2 on. Aug. 27. Tori McMurray gets grant EDMONTON (CP) A grant million has been made to the town of Fort McMurray to help finance water treatment facilities, the Alberta government announc- ed Friday. -The money, made available under the Alberta municipal waterworks assistance program, in addition to another to be made available in the next few months, will help construction of a raw water intake, a tem- porary water treatment plant and a permanent treatment plant. The town recently let tenders for construction of the facilities at a' cost of more than million. Earlier a grant of was received by the town to help finance building a water reservoir in the community, 250 miles north of Edmonton. Farm holidays popular EDMONTON