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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Family tickets CLAUESHOLM (HNS) The Claresholm recreation board has approved a lee rate and a more generous public skating schedule for the now season. Family season tickets will cost tliis year. Single adults will pay and students aged 13 to 18, Tour Italy NATAL (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Lino Berdusco recently returned to their home at Spar- wood after spending a six-week holiday visiting with relatives in Italy. They first visited relatives in southern Italy and took time out to visit Napel, Sorento, Pompei, Capri and Venice before Ira- veiling north to visit Mr. Bcr- dusco's sister in Coselle. This was the first tune in 47 years that tlie sister and brother were able to see each oilier. Meet Hoffman BARONS (Staff) NDP can- didate Hal Hoffman will meet the public at a "meet Hal Hoff- man" evening beginning at 8 o'clock at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall here Friday. Dam finished REVELSTOKE lion of Mica Dam, Construc- 85 miles Terry Lyoii resignation o not accepted PINCHER CREEK (HNS) Town council recently rejected Terry Lyon's resignation as secretary. A vote was also taken on the matter of appointing a secre- rary-treasurer manager or splitting the positions of secre- tary and treasurer. The vote was four to two in favor of a secretary-treasurer. At the regular meeting held af- ter this special meeting tlie mo- tion was rescinded and the po- sitions of Mr. Lyon as secre- tary and J. Crawford as trea- surer was maintained. Bylaw 1167 will put an end to snow veliicles using school grounds, golf course, or other open areas for exit and en- trance to the town. The sale of a lot west of the T. Eaton building to Ken Park- er of Parker Leasing and Rent- ing Ltd. for was ap- proved subject to the usual agreement of sale. Another lot went to Mr. Nobert for Approval was given in prin- ciple for capital expenditures for the 1975 Canada Winter Games in the event that south- ern Alberta is successful in its bid for them. A resolution to offer a reward of for the apprehend ing and conviction of anyone caught committing acts of van- dalism to any town property or the Pincher Creek Community Hall was unanimously passed. north of Revelstoke, is now vir- tually complete. It has taken a fleet of more than 70 120-ton earthmovers four construction seasons to pile up more than 42 millior cubic feet of rock, gravel are glacial till to a height of 800 feet above bedrock. Mica Dam is now the highes earthfill dam outside the USSR Although the main portion o the dam has now reached its full height some work remains to complete placement of fill and rip-rap material along the sides of the foot long dam. Tlie remaining work is scheduled to be completed late this fall. Only four left TABEH (HNS) Tlie sale y lease agreement ot a mo- lile home lot on 42nd Avc. to Uissell, Anderson has prompt- ed town council lo arrange for additional space for such ac- commodation. There are our lots left on tfio avenue. Areas being considered are 41st Ave. cast of L. T. West lake School and the block north of 62nd Ave. between 54th and 56th streets. Lots were also sold lo Virgil Anderson (or a four-plex on 56th St. and lo K and D. Con- struction for a residence. Lots in the replotted Block I, nor til of 60th Ave., and east of 50th streets, will be serviced on a prepaid basis at per front foot, The replolling opens 5tst St. from the south into a cul-de-sac. Lions win pins NATAL (HNS) Spanvood Lions Club held a dinner children. ing in Uic'Suarwood Restaurant recently with aboul 30 mem- bers and guests present. Len Thompson, of Spokane, Wash., district governor, pre- sented a past president's pin to retiring president Holland Bellivcau and a past-secre- tary's pin lo retiring secretary Ian Dufour. Don Jansen is the new presi- dent of the club and Ron Cle- ment is the new secretary- A tree grows RAYMOND (HNS) A Iree grows in Israel for Mrs. Bruce Galbrailh. Mrs. Galbraith recently cele- brated her birthday anniver- sary. As a gift, from her son David and his wife Frieda, a flowering tree was planted. Mr. Galbrailh and his family have made their home in Israel for the past four years where he is studying at the university and teaching. They have four Friday, September 22, 1972 THI LFTHBRIDOE HMAID 3 FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING CONTACT The Lcthbridgc Herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or 328-4411 Indictment quashed by judge CRANBROOK (Special) Implementation of a sub-section Criminal Code amendment of 1969 wag invoked in Comity Court here. Crown counsel L. A. T. NIm< sick intends to appeal quash- ing of the indictment. He seeks a superior court ruling. George McCrory of C r a n- brook, indicted on a charge ol breaking, entry and thelt in a jewelery store several weeks ago, had elected county court judge and jury hearing, plead- ing not guilty. The hearing was before Judge Provenzano. After jury selection, delence counsel Linden Best success- fully argued for quashing the indictment since the 1969 amendment required the indict ment to be read to the ac cused no less than 14 days prior to the date of hearing. This had not been done. The charge stands and he continues on bail but crown counsel intends to require higher court ruling on the prac tical application of this amend ment. Under existing interpretation McCrory must be reindicted on (he charge. Fourteen days min imum before hearing the sherif must read nun the indictment Zubersky elected by acclamation COALDALE (HNS) Peter Zubersky of Coaldale was re- cently elected by acclamatio (o the Coaldale Roman Cath olic Separate school board. It is for a two-year term. Air. Zubersky mil fill the va cancy left by Al Foder. TOP GRADE 10 ACADEMIC STUDENT-Debbre Boulton of Coaldale receives the Knighfs of Columbus prize from Ed Ryan, guidance counsellor at Kate Andrews High School. Miss Boulton achieved an average of 93.8 per cent in her Grade 10 examinalions. Back minor hockey By JEAN SWIHART Herald News Strvlce FORT MACLEOD Arc lo- cal parents letting their boys down? As far as minor hockey Is concerned, this apparently Is so. A recent meeting skated around Ihis problem, then put it on ice. Lively discussion during the meeting centred on how to in- volve more parents in the workings of the Fort Macleod Minor Hockey Association. Some way has to be found to ease the burden on the faith- ful few who sltoulder all the work. Only a dozen or so parents seem to care about the hun- dreds ot youngsters involved in minor hockey here. Unfortunately, a solution to the problem is hard to find. The meeting had to be satisfied with the hope that more par- ents will make an effort to get involved in their children's ac- tivities. Kighteen turned out for the meeting. Jim Murphy was named pres- ident. Other officers: Reg O'Sulli- van, vice- president; Giselle Holmes, secretary; and Shirley Billiard, treasurer. Previous directors were ask- ed to give an additional two years' service. Councillor Phil Hodnelt and regional recreation director Leo Bourassa were on hand to re- view recreation programs. Construction of the addition and renovations to the rink were explained. Councillor Hodnctt requested that town council be informed of all meetings so a councillor can be In attendance. HOCKEY SCHOOL A one-week session of hockey school-will begin Oct. 16. Reg- istration is scheduled for Sept. 30. The next general meeting will be held at 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 25, in the Centennial Building. Deiital health, of children improving says Dr. Marquis By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent CRANBROOK East Koote- nay children's dental health is improving, Kootenay public health regional dental consul- tant Dr. D. E. Marquis reports. He attributes this to effec- tiveness of community water fluoridation as a dental disease preventive in small children. Disease level 10 years ago was 90 per cent. Golden was pioneer commun- ity for this public health meas- ure starting in M65. Fernie remains the holdout community not approving this measure. Dr. Marquis based his report on a summer survey of random sampling of three to five year- olds, 33 in Golden where fluori- riation is in its sixth year, and 44 in Fernie where tlie measure failed to pass a vote. Each community has one practising dentist. The Golden children averager 2.6 extractions or fillings per child, while the Ferine sample showel 4.4 per child. Golden children showed 58 per cent free of any signs of decay, wliile only 25 per cent of Fernie children checked were decay-free. Comparison averages showed Golden children had 48 per cent fewer dental repairs or extrac- tions than their Fernie counter- parts. East Kootenay Health Unit runs from Golden to the Ameri- can boundary, and Creston to Crowsnost Pass. The area in 1971 had 14 resident dentists, averaging one per resi- dnets compared with one per for the province. MEETS MONDAY COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale Arts and Crafts club will meet at p.m. Monday, Sept. 23, in the Coaldale Sports- plex. Nome oF Fine Brazier foods Dairy Queen brazier. Both Locations: North South 2 DAYS ONLY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL! brazier DOG AND REGULAR SHAKE (CHOICE Of FLAVORS) SALE! MftDTU CTADE 5T6 -13lh St- N kWK I E1 J I UKt Phone 327-4855 SOUTH STORE 1152 M.M. Drive S. Phone 327-6440 COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre- school clinics: PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Sept. 26, in the Picture Butte High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Sept. 26, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NODLEFORD: Wednesday, Sept. 27, in the school from to p.m. V A U X HALL: Wednesday, Sept. 27, in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Sept. 28, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Sept. 28, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 33S8; or Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against conta- gious disease and tooth decay. Information on venereal dis- ease, a mounting health prob- lem, is fully confidential and readily available. Gryschuk heads Elk's BLATRMOHE (CNP Bureau) Marx Gryschuk of Blairmore has been appointed exalted ruler of flic Blairmore Elks lodge to replace the recently in- stalled exalted ruler Alf Long- worth. lie resigned his office this month due to being transferrec lo Edmonton. Mr. Gryschuk will he installed to office in Oc- tober. Frank Vyse will complete ar rangemenls for a birthday party for the lodge to be held Oct. 28. A work hoc will be held in the hall at o'clock the evening of Sept.. 26. Zeller'sl SATURDAY SUPER SAVERS MERCHANDISE ON SALE TONIGHT 6 TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. PHENTIX YARN 96 Skein Pack -3 Ply-6.4 oz. White, Mauve, Red PACKAGE MR. 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