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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 i HE LEiHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, April 2, 1973- Alberta Drug Commission Continued from Page 7 "What we're trying to do is Jail at Calgary and the Bel- establish community staff ra- mont treatment centre at Ed- ther than provide a program monton. covering the whole province." AG-EXPO THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE AGRICULTURAL SHOW IN THE WEST See Agriculture as h is MOW and as it Will BE in the FUTURE April 3, 4, 5, 6 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily Lethbridge Exhibition Complex SOUTHLAND FORD S [EBSSIj 31 1- 33rd STREEf NORTH, LETHBRIDGE 1 said Kir. Anthony. This involves working closely with groups like alcoholics anonymous, na- tive associations and other or- ganizations with roots in the community. The commission is an autono- mous body which sets its own policies but reports to the min- ister of health and social de- ve'opment for its budget. "The idea of a commission is to try to bring in knowledge- able people from the commun- ity." The board of directors currently includes a retired bank manager, a psychiatrist, a general medical practitioner, a judge and a specialist in drug education. Part of the over-all expansion underway is beefing, up the Lethbridge commission office to make Lethbridge a regional office, said Mr. Anthony. He said the three staff In Lethbndge are "badly over loaded" with one likely to be located in Medicine Hat to as- sist with a community services program being developed there. "I'm hoping we can get coun- sellors out into the communities more. When Lethbridge be- comes a regional office I hope can increase the staff to ;erve the entire Southern Al- ;rta area from border to bor- ier along Highway 3." Part of the program this year will include enlarging the commission office to provide for more counselling and education services, he said. LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC STOCKYARDS HIGHWAY NO. 3 EAST CONSIGN ALL YOUR LIVESTOCK TO YOUR CO-OP BONDED FOR YOUR PROTECTION OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAY CATTLE SALES WED. 10 a.m. FRI. 1 p.m. SPECIAL FEEDER. CATTLE SALES EVERY FRIDAY FEEDER HOG SALES MUN. 1 p.m. FEEDER HOGS BOARS SOWS BABY CALVES WE SHIP BUTCHER HOGS EVERY DAY FEEDER CATTLE Let us Fill Your Feeder Cattle Order to your Specifications and Satisfaction SUPPORT YOUR CO OP 327-4010 PHONE 327-4010 POT-LOCK R1CKARD Most people are pushovers when it comes to a good love story. As the saying goes, "All the world loves a lover." Casting a sheepish glance northward to Vulcan, Pot-Luck sees spring busting out all over. Our dear Vulcanizers are be- ing wooed by the Hiitterian brethren. It's the classic love story. The Vulcanizers are playing hard to get. They're running through the prairie pastures; casting a flirting, backward glance; resting a moment to catch their breath; running off again in all directions; and hop- ing, always hoping, that true love will triumph in the end. The HuUerites are finding themselves in the dilemma every lover enjoys. They see something they want. It's so close they can almost touch it. The bitter-sweet pain is almost unbearable. Then the Vulcan- izers tiptoe off again, through the tulips t'other side of the Texas gate. We all know, in our hearts, how it will end. About 150 Vulcanizers met recently, after a meeting with the Hutterites March 16 and before a second meeting with the Hutterites at Lethbridge March 22, to figure out what to do. When you're in love, dear Vulcanizers, play it by ear. They decided what to do. "The gathering agreed that further meetings of the Vulcan and District Chamber of Com- merce committees and the Hut- terian brethren are desirable and that a spirit of goodwill and co-operation prevail between the two groups." No more of this I don't want to play in your yard. The Vulcan merchants agreed "this is essential, if pro- gress is to be made in explain- ing ways and means by which our differences might be re- conciliated and by wHch wt might live together in harmony and peace." Ah, love, sweet love. How Ki mysteries confound us! Wrap- ped in the scent of wild roses and crocuses, we know some- thing has trapped us but we don't know whether to run, jump, hide under the bed or throw our arms around each other hi a joy of ecstasy. In their next breath, the fickle Vulcanizers come out with the straight goods: "At this time, (it's not clear what we are not prepared to welcome this group into oar midst and in fact will do what- ever we can to prevent their es- tablishment in this or any area of Alberta." But while the object of their affections is running hot and cold, true love could siill tri- umph. The chamber wants to- "Identify copciPions by which Hutterian brethren would be welcome in the com- munity. "Explore the possibility of Hutterian children attending public schools. "Examine ways in which the Hutterian brethren v.'oiild par- ticipate in recreational and cul- tural activities of our commu- nity. "Examine ways in which tte Hutterian brethren might par- ticipate more extensively in the bus'ness community." Mayor Deibert McQueen and Vulcanizers, -ne under- stand the of your posi- tion. But your suitors are hard- working, sober, industrious, pi- ous and goo-l providers. Could anyone ask for anything more? I I I IS THE TIME FOR YOU TO ORDER REPAIR REPLACE YOUR CAMPER, CAMPERETTE I or INDUSTRIAL CAB Call the professionals at p M.I. Industries Phone 328-0923 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;