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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, April 20, 1974 Cemeteries gone to sage Trucks drive into difficulty A couple of local truck drivers had some hair-raising ex- periences Friday when their vehicles suddenly took a turn for the worse. At left, a loaded grain-tanker truck was upset on 43rd Street east of Letbridge when the rear wheels slowly sank into a soft spot in the road. Meanwhile, at Lethbridge Centre, a dump- trucker backed up a little too far to leave his load and found him- self straddle the edge of a hole. There were no injuries in either mishap. County uses caution in Hutterite debate FOREMOST (Staff) "Don't drive them underground and get up their Coun Frank Romeike told his fellow County of Forty-Mile councillors Friday when Hutterite land acquisitions came up for the debate. He said this was the advice he had received at various meetings on the subject. "Maybe the thing will cure he said. "It seems unrealistic but maybe it will." Coun. William George McFall said he might be able to go along with a delegation of private citizens from the Vulcan area when they meet with Premier Peter Lougheed in Edmonton next week. This follows a recent citizens' meeting at Carmangay where it was decided to ask the government to curtail more purchases by HuHerian brethren until the Alberid land use forum brings in its report. This could take as long as two years. Coun. Russell Scratch said the Vulcan area residents are contacting other county and municipal district councils to round up support for their cause. Reeve Dan VandenBerg said, "I am afraid we are all busy ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th St. S Phone 328-4095 Model 4521 Hoover Spray and Steam IRON combine clean modern styling with durability and performance to make ironing a little less like work. This iron is styled in gleaming chrome with a white handle, blue controls and silver fa- bric guide. Rag. 29.95 SPECIAL Call Houaewaret 327-5767 25 88 DOWNTOWN Coun. Romeike reminded the council "that resolution was lost (at the spring meeting of the Alberta Association of Municipal District and think it is a good said Coun. Scratch "It just indicates the spring meeting is not a proper convention." But it was pointed out 215 delegates attended, the same as a fall convention. "We can't single out the Petroleum subject of CIC speech The coming crunch in Canada's petroleum supply will be the subject of a talk to be given by Jim Russell at the Lethbridge Public Library Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dr. Russell, a chemist from the University of Alberta, is the past chairman of the Edmonton Committee for an Independent Canada and is a member of the national executive of the CIC. He has spent the past several years studying petroleum policy and has been most critical of Premier Peter Lougheed's approach to the development of the Athabasca oil sands The talks, sponsored by the Lethbridge chapter of the CIC and the library, will be held in the general purpose room of the library. The public has been invited to attend. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS Installed Phone 321-2176 GUARANTIED SERVICE To SONY, LLOYDS, PIONEER, NORESCO, and mott other makes of ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 2 to Serve You ANGLO STBMBO A PHOTO SIMVICt DIPT. 418 5th Street South Phdhe 328-0575 The University of Lethbridge presents VELIKOVSKY THE MAN AND THE THEORIES a FREE introductory course on the theories of Immanuel Velikovsky Tuesday, April 23: -Dr. Earl Milton "What Velikovsky Says" Dr. Paul Lewis "Velikovsky and the Scientists" Thursday, April 25: -Dr. Ian Whishaw "Psychology, Myth and History in Velikovsky -Dr. Alan Parry "Velikovsky and the Bible" Time: p.m. Place: Room E-690, University of Lethbridge Academic Residence Building -No registration fees will be charged. -The series may provide a useful background for persons planning to attend the U of L Velikovsky Symposium, May 9 10. -The CBC film; "Velikovsky: the Bonds of the Past" may be available for showing during the series. said Coun. Romeike. "A small community gets more support from Hutterite said Coun. Dragland. "I think the colonies are becoming more oriented to help the small said Coun McFall. Coun. Romeike said he was told by a Hutterian brethren at a recent meeting tint the Hutterite numbers are decreasing. The Hutterites said they have many 30-year- olds who are still not married. Their families are becoming smaller In another discussion, Coun. Romeike said an agreement has been reached between the county school committee and members of three new Hutterite colonies that the Hutterites will provide a school, for school purposes only (not to be used as a church) and if enrolment falls below 20 they will be contributing the added costs. The Hutterites would pay the School Foundation Program ppr pupil grant which the government pays for an enrolment of 20 pupils or more The agreement may be cancelled on a year's notice. "They don't get a building grant7" asked Coun. Dragland. Answered Coun. Romeike: "It can't be justified because they say in no way will we go to your schools." "It should be classed as a public said Coun. Dragland. School superintendent Cliff Ehle said, "Basically it is a public schools." Coun. Romeike noted the provincial government supports Roman Catholic or Protestant separate schools when those people want their own school and are in a minority position. RICKERVIN GARY MARKER Herald announces staff appointments Two appointments in the editorial department of the Lethbridge Herald were announced today by Managing Editor Don Pilling. Effective immediately Gary L. Marker becomes telegraph editor and Rick Ervin chief photographer. Mr. Marker, a native of Southern Alberta, joined The" Herald in January from the Red Deer Advocate, where he was city editor He began his career as a reporter with the Edmonton Journal A graduate in journalism from Brigham Young University, he is married to the former Karen Larson. The couple has three young sons. He will be responsible for supervision of The Herald's wire services. Mr. Ervin takes over his post from El wood Ferguson, who has assumed special duties in the photography department. Mr. Ervin and his staff will be responsible for The Herald's news photography. Mr. Ervin was born in Regina but has lived in Alberta since the age of eight. He was educated in Edmonton and is a graduate in photography of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology For two consecutive years he won the Queen Elizabeth Award for highest academic standing for an Alberta resident and an award for the highest overall academic standing in the photography course. He has worked for the Edmonton Journal and the National Film Board of Canada. He joined The Herald in Sept 1972. He is married to the former Martha Merkl of Taber. Check Stop processes motor vehicles PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6th SI. S. end 1514A 9th S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour service tailoring blocking and leather processing pleat drapery processing Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Police have checked more than vehicles in Alberta since the province inaugurated its anti drinking and driving check stop campaign last November. i Solicitor General Helen Hunley Friday tabled the first weekly statistics and cumulative totals gathered about the program. For the week ending March 31, it was a busy time for Lethbridge police according to the report. They checked 278 vehicles, compared to 163 in Edmonton and 368 in LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION LTD. Commercial Refrigeration Specialists WALK-IN FREEZERS COOLERS ICE MAKERS 111 11th StrMt South Phone 328-4333 SPECIAL Family Dinner FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN Chicken Chow Mein Sweet ind Sour Spererlbi Deep Fried Breaded or Pineepple Chlcktn Chicken Fried Rice ALL FOR ONLY......................... Delivered to Your Hot! 4 75 OPEN WEEKDAYS A.M. TO 2 A.M. NOW OPEN SUNDAYS 11 A.M. TO 9 P.M. PHONE THE 327-0340 327-2297 LOTUS Across From The CPR Depot Calgary. The Lethbridge checks produced two impaired driving charges, nine 24 hour suspensions, six warnings, two failures to produce insurance cards, five other violations, three arrests and three summonses. The city impaired charges accounted for two of four laid that week across the province. Since the program began, 177 impaired charges have been laid, 495 charges of having more than the legal limit of alcohol in the blood and other charges were laid. There have been 665 24 hour suspensions. Cancer drive Sunday is Cancer Sunday and virtually all homes in the city will be cove-ed during the one day blitz by the Lethbridge unit of the Canadian Cancer Society. The Cancer Sunday blitz is part of Cancer Month efforts by the Lethbridge unit to raise for cancer programs. FOX DENTURE CLINIC Esl. 1922 PHONE 327-6S8S E. S. P. FOX, C.D.M. FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Pioneers 'earned more than forgotten graves' FOREMOST (Staff) Remains of pioneers of this region are lying in unmarked and forgotten graves, Coun. Marg Dragland told the County of Forty Mile council Friday. She said they deserve something better. "Our rural cemeteries have reached the stage where you can't locate the said Coun. Dragiand. There was some argument on her position but it wasn't very convincing. Said Reeve Dan Vanden Berg: "Only some of the cemeteries belong to the county. Some belong to church groups." "I was said Coun. Dragland, "Fertile Plains is just a huge cemetery with just a few graves in it. It would be better if it was made smaller, brought down to a manageable size." She was advised by agricultural field man Vernon Arnold to mix and D to kill sage brush in the overgrown cemeteries. Coan. William George McFall noted that the cemetery at Etzikom had been reduced to one-third its former size and the burial ground at Faith was cut in half. "Is there anything from stopping us from making it asked Coun. Dragland. "Be careful not to fence anybody cautioned Coun. William Kenneth Babe In regard to the resting places overgrown with weeds, Coun. Russell Scratch advised Coun. Dragland to get the local people working on their own reclamation projects. Coun Scratch said he did a lot of this kind of work last summer. Problems encountered in locating unmarked graves are many. Secretary-Treasurer Roy Wallman said grave books must be located and are helpful when found. He said the county has some grave books but nothing for some areas and the people have all died or left. Pleaded Coun. Dragland: "What does the county think about it? Do you Coun. Frank Romeike said the county is supplying fence posts. H people were interested in beautifying their cemeteries, the county would supply the posts Coun. Dragland said one citizen had asked: "Why don't they hire somebody to look after She said the present policy is not good enough because "you can just go.around and see what the results are." Hearing called on drug charge The preliminary hearing of a Lethbridge man charged with possession of marijuana for the purposes of trafficking was set in provincial court Friday for May 24. Blair Reid Orr, 29, 415 13th St. S., elected to be tried in district court. He will also plead then on a charge of possessing a prohibited weapon. Orr was arrested April 3 after police raided a city residence and seized a quan- tity of marijuana and a switchblade. A Lethbridge man appearing in provincial court Friday on a national parks charge was practically defended by Provincial Judge L W. Hudson. Hubert P. Anctil was charged with driving his four wheel drive vehicle in Waterton Lakes National Park March 10 "in a place other than on a highway." Anctil and another motorist had driven off the Pass Creek road to get around a snowdrift when discovered by a park warden. Anctil tried to explain the situation, but provincial Judge Hudson wouldn't let him. "I know what he said. "You did what anyone else would do if they came to a snowdrift, and you drove onto sacred land a national parks ditch. Next thing you know someone will get stuck and they'll charge them with throwing gravel." The judge fined Anctil one dollar. Engineer officers Officers for the coming year were elected this week at the annual meeting of the Lethbridge branch of the Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta. Jake Thiessen was elected chairman, Len Ring, secretary treasurer and C. R Baunton, W. T. Hogg and R C. Holfeld, members at large M. S. Mitchell and Tak Okamura were named auditors. Dennis Darby, past chairman of the branch, will also sit on the executive. Etzikom water users to receive FOREMOST (Staff) The County of Forty Mile council Friday approved the seventh annual grant of to the Etzikom Water Users Association. There are three more coming under terms of an agreement drafted seven years ago whereby the village decided to put its public works money into a water system Coun William Kenneth Babe, noting this, said. "It is not actually a grant. In a sense it is part of their tax dollar." Coun, Lyle Nattrass said, "They must be getting more than their share They must be getting to more than they would get otherwise." Coun. Babe noted that "when it is called a grant and appears in the newspaper it looks like we are giving them something over and above what everybody else is getting." In other business, council set 1974 grazing lease rentals at 17 cents, up from 13 cents an acre and in line with the provincial increase, and set the 1974 road allowance lease rate at 50 cents an acre, in line with the rate the department of highways has set for the entire province Regarding road allowance leases, council is considering a policy whereby everyone leasing road allowances will pay for them. Council is Considering notification of lease fees on its fall tax notices. And ratepayers may be told if the county has to send an inspector out to certify use of road allowances there will be an additional fee of Landowners may be notified they have to leave the fences open if they are not going to lease the road allowances. Certified Dentel Mechanic CUFF BLACK, BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLM. Lower Level PHONE 327-aiM MOVING? Now is the time to consider Air Conditioning while PRE-SEASON PRICES are still in affect Installed by Charlton Hill LTD. 1262- 2nd Ave. S. 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