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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? You pay no mam lo deal through a Iravol agent for reiorvaliom made dirocl an oirlino. Wo can ismo llckols at no cxlru coil. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The IctMnidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lctliforidse, Alljerta, Friday, August 25, 1672 PACKS 11 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 41h AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you have a ipare pair of glanel for holiday of L study shows Human Rights Act 'toothless, ineffective'5 RUDY IIAUGRNKDKH Herald Staff Writer The AJbcrla Human Rights Act is toothless and ineffective, says a U of L graduate conducted a government paid study of its effectiveness in Lelhbridge. The act, as it stands, is a po- litical nicely and is "ineffective in it.1; objective, for Ihc most part, in protecting the individ- University bus THE DEATH OF AN City no longer has iho Alberta Wheat Pool, the decision was maJo Jo tear the elevalors Alberta Pacific elevators. They form down recently for lock of and use 1ne lumber in other It was part of Ihe business. Alberla Pacific was actually owned by federal Grain and three overall plan by The Pco! to dispose of seme of ihc elevators formerly years ago, iho company was amalgamated wim Federal. These elevntors owned by Federal. Kerber photo were never repainted wifh Federal colors. After ihe takeover of Federal by Wo sensationalism? allowed in Threinen trial By LARRY BENNETT Herald Staff Writer Police took the film from her camera today when the mother of a iG-year-old girl slain during tho Dominion Day holiday flashed a picture of Ihc 24-year- old m an chn r ged wit h her daughter's murder. The woman was warned by the judge that- if the incident had occurcd while court was in cession, she woul d hav c been arrested anil charged with con- tempt oE court. Outside the court room later, Jlelga Huemer, mother of An- gela Huemer whose desd body wan found in tho tlitcli by gravel road north of Park Lnltc July 14, .said she wanted n pic- ture of the man charged with her daughter's murder for rel- atives in Germany who had asked what ho looked like. 'Hie incident which occurcd just moments Ixjfore Judge Hudson entered eity court at a.m., follows pick- cling of the accused, David Wil- liam Threin.cn, last Friday. Fourteen city residenLs car- ricd sifjns calling for the rein- statement of capital punish- ment. The incident this morning' ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5lh St. S. Phono 328-4095 PHARMACY FACTS FROM O. C. STURBS FURTHER FACTS ON ALCOHOLISM So let's face So nlcohol- Lsm Is actually drug nbti.se iti a form so common most people don't consul or it with tho same, strong feeling they hold against Ihc illegal nlni.se .so called "hnril And mast jple j u n d i> folniui lilli a t Jilruholi.sm COIKJtiered t anvil) only lulal Hbstiii- Dnce. (It cjirmol hi" cured si Fin nk'olioiic cnnt.iniic.s lo fiavc a weakness or low tolerance for nlcohoiic liquors which cati almost never be what i.s Iliought as cnntrnllcd.'i So let's faro it! I'Yendorn from alwibolLsm monrts no drinking of alcoholic liquors. None! And what does this hnvo to mean? Purely ami simply it. means thnl freedom from alcoholism takes real cour- age in fact it tnkcfi PUItF, And you do it ]x> cmwe Uicre arc ninny other al- coholics who UAVK conquered thi.s problem who themselves have been through thi.s exper- ience who nrc. .standing by ready and glad to help you! Your local Alcoholic Anonymous groups arc ready to help. .Stubtxs Pharmacy is flic place where your trade i.s .ihvay.s ap- preciated, Itcro al J50G 9lh Ave. S. your doctor's prescription is filled for you ju.st as fast ns fareful dispensing will nllow. Open dnily a.m. to p.m. .Sundays and Holidnys 12 noon to p.m, started when Mrs. Uucmer, sit- ting in the front row of the court room with her husband, Jaochim Hucmer and another female adult, flashed a picture of Mr. Thrcincn who was in police custody. When Judge Hudson entered, the lawyer for the accused man, Vaughn Hcmbroff, re- quested the judge order the film to be confiscated. On the judge's instructions, one of three policemen in the court room walked over to Mrs. iluemcr end took the film from icr Kodak Instatnalic model 'lash camera. "I won't have any cheap sen- sationalism in my court Hudson said pointing to the woman. As Mrs, Hitcmci lUempted to speak to the of- ficer taking her camera, the told her to sit down and fjuict or she would re- moved from the court room. The jiulfjc said he didn't want Ihe case "blown out of all pro- an apparent reference to the protest last Friday on top of today's incident. Judge Hudson said if Mrs, llucmer had taken the picture of Mr. Threinen while cour was in session, she would have Ixien charged with con tempt o court and placed it: custody "The taking of pictures of prisoner in a court room i.s en lirely unheard of in all m> years in the practice of law, LEROY'S PLUMBING a GASFITTING O SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 328-8.103 aid tho judge. "I have never eo this done before." Mr. Huemer and the woman Siting with the Huemers sat ilently through the incident. U was a routine court ap- pearance for Mr. Threinen who was remanded in custody until next Friday when a prelimin- ary hearing date v.'ill -set. He is charged with non-capital murder. Outside the court, the ac- cused's lawyer, Mr. Hembroff would not comment on whether what has happened would prompt Ilim to ask for a change of location for the trial. He said only that "actions like this" make it very hard for his clier.t to get a fair trial. Water resources meeting planned here Oct. service The commuter bus service schedule between downtown and the University of Leth- bridgc has been set for the fall semes ter. The first bus Monday through Friday will leave the northwest comer of 4lh Ave. am! Gth St. S. at a.m. and will arrive at the north en- trance of the university c o tri- plex at Two buses will be provided Eor the return runs at 8 o'clock and a.m. and p.m. Single bus runs are scheduled for 9 o'clock, and a.m., and p.m. Each weekday except Fri- day, buses will leave the down- town area at and p.m. with the last bus of the day leaving the university at p.m. The last bus Friday from the university wit leave at C p.m. Saturday, the only two runs are at 12.45 p.m., leaving the unversity at and p.m., leaving campus at Sunday has a similar sched- ule except the last bus leaves downtown at p.m. and makes the return trip at The schedule will begin Sept 5 a sened, especially In employ- he said. Mr. Travis hopes the Alberta Hill of Rights, introduced by Premier Tcler Ixiugheed dur- ing the spring session of tha legislature, will have the ne- cessary teeth it Is imple- mented this fall. The provincial government held over implementation of lha bill for the summer to get pub- lic reaction to it. i A massive information blitz to inform the public of the in- j gradients of the bill, as per- i formed in 1970, will be required t before H can become effective following implementation, he i said. In Lethbridge, the general public lacks knowledge about i the existing act, he said. i The results of an extensive 13- ind run till the end of trie wecj, survcy during which 208 ual from unfair discriminatory says Stuart K. Travis, who conducted Uic study. A lough new act with a built- in threat of prosecution by an enforcement agency is required before I h e Alberta public's rights in housing, employment, public accommodation and ser- vices can be protected, he said, "Fear of intimidation as a re- sult of a complaint must ies- semester, Dec. 21. No schedule has been pre- pared yet for bus service to the Lelhbridge Community College. By JOE MA Herald Staff Writer A water resources confer- ence under the chairmanship if Dr. C. D. Stewart, president of the I-ethbridge Community College and a well-known an- Ihorily on water management, will be held at the LCC Oct. 13 and 1-1, it was announced today. The conference, open to tho public, Is sponsored by the Ijcthbriclgc Chamber of Com- merce. Speakers at the conference, entitled Crises in the Oldman River Basin, include: Fred Our ant, director of the Saskatchewan-Nelson Basin Study, on Storage and Diver- sion Potential of the Oldman River. Car dealership correction Plans to establish Volvo new tar dealership al 538 Gth St. S. have been temporarily Lamcmiles perform tonight at 8 The LnmnnKc Generation, a jjroup of 41 students of Rripham Young University, wfll present a variety show tonight at 8 o'clock in Die LUS Stake Cen- The uroup is composed of stu- dents of international origin, its acl will feature Hie Iri- IKI] a nil ceremonial dances of tho various counlrics. The concert is open to llu- general public, wilti liokels available at the door. stalled by the Municipal Plan- ning Commission. The dealership will not for Ford or Mercury, ns was re- ported in Tlie Herald Thursday. An application to continue the automotive use of the property, nn the northwest corner of Gth St. and fith Ave. S., was tabled by the RTPC. Pending on inter' pretation of tho matter by the city solicitor, it is questionable if the zoning bylaw will allow a dealership on the properly. T o m havers, representing Lonsdale Mercury Company Lid., owners of the properly, said the dealership is depen- dent on use of that property. RICE, MACLEAN BABKI BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS announce wirh pleasure I hat DOUGLAS J. EVANS Barrister Solicitor has [olnecl Innm to carry on the practice of low in partnership under the name of RICE, MACLEAN, BABKI EVANS 331 7th Street South flank of Commerce Building Telephone (403) 327-5716 Anyone who star Is a forest lire may be charged under the Criminal Code of Canada, Fled Bailey, director of tho ater resources division of IhD Alberta government, on Water Rights and Water Allocations. Stuart Smith of the En- vironment Conservation Author- ity in Edmonton, on Society and Pollution. Egon Rapp, associate pro-1 fessor on agricultural engineer- ing, the University of Alberta, Potential for Improvement of Water Use Efficiency. Dr. Theron Sommerfoldt o( the Canada department of agri- culture IxHhbridge Research Station, Pollution in the Old- man River. Bill Russell, a Lethbridgo lawyer, Water and Law. The conference will empha- size the physical aspects of wa- ter resources in the .southern part of the Prairie provinces, Dr. Stewart toltl a news confer- ence, He pointed out that irrigalion takes (ID per cent of the water use-. Of the 2fi million acres of potential agriculture land, less than two million acres are cur- rently irigatcd. How to manage water? How to got the water to irrigate more laiuf, the world demand 'fm- food on the inclose1? What are the physical capacities ol j water in the south? These are some of the questions to be ex- plorod at the conference, E WINS MEDAL Andrew Wilkinson, son of Paul and Joyce Wilkinson oE 1023 Lake way Blvd., was presenter Wednesday with the Govern or-General's medal for aca deinic brilliance-. Tlic meda is awarded annually io tin top (Trade 9 student In the city. Andrew is a native o Australia has altenilci Hamilton Junior High Schoo for onti year. DINING EVERY SUNDAY! EXCELLENT FOOD GRACIOUS SERVICE if SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU DINNER MUSIC 6 to 8 p.m. DINE and DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT "Sunset 4" 8 IO 12 P.M. NO COVER CHARGE Phono 328-7756 for ResorvationsI IN Tit TnnnmoN OF HOS Lrrr lestau'ia.Ht RELIEVES GAS PAINS BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS 1969 VW FASTBACK Au.omo.ic 1970 TOYOTA 1900 cc 1968 DATSUN 1600 4 rfcor 195 1970 MAVERICK Automallc RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd Ave. and 14lli Si. t. Scilei 378-4539 Cor Lot 328-4356 You might get hit by golf ball9 Marvin Harker, 1347 Scenic 3rive, was warned by city Thursday that ho was 'trespassing" too near the end crs on Lake golf course while fishing In a dingy on Henderson Lake and in dan- ger of being hit by a golf ball. A goH club management complained to police that Mr. Harker, 29, presented a golf- ing "hazard" not included In club rules. Police called the man to shore and warned him of the danger. Four vehicles damaged iii misadventure A tractor trailer truck mak ng a sharp turn at 3rd Ave and 15th St. S. Thursday set of a three-car collision. The rear wheels of the truck's irailer bumped a parked car which rolled forward, smashed Into a second car which hit the rear of a third car. Truck driver, Raymond A1- bush, 36, 1321 18th Ave. S. was not injured. Police classed it as "misadventure." The three parked cars were owned by James Mclean, 1717 5th Ave. A N.; Michael Chenger, of Lcthbridge and Harold Jost, 2707 12th Ave, S. residents of all age, economic arid social groups were inter- viewed indicated GO per cent of those interviewed were aware of the section of the acl Der- ailing to public services, 44 >er cent of the employment section, 43 per cent of public lousing and 19 per cent knew of non-public housing. Those responding to the in- :erview represented between one-quarter and one-fifth of tho people approached, he said. Middle and upper class peo- ple were better informed of the act than the lower class, with men generally knowing more than women until about age 45. The survey showed that 85 per cent of t hose inte rviewed ielt Indians were discriminated against in Lethbridge, with women following a distant sec- ond at 19 per cent in the area of employment and wages. Youth, negroes, the aged, Hutterites and others were also felt dtscriininaEed against in varying degrees, the survey dis- closed. However, during the past two years, native people have made more use the act, in levying complaints, than any other group. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENIAL BLOB. lower Level PHONE 327-2822 SALE! RUBBERMAID PRODUCTS 6 Clothes Baskets Cutlery Trays 9 Dish Drainer Racks 9 Stove Mars Bath Mats, etc. Colors: Yellow, Turquoise, elc. CLEARING AT UP TO OFF! Calf Ho use wares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN First to Camm's for Shoes THEN BACK TO SCHOOL NEW TIES for TEENS 3 or 4 eyelet lies in oil over brown suede, 2 tone brown suede with natural crepe iolcs. Silts 5 1o 10. Children's Suede Ties Jusf like big sisters in sizes 81j lo 4. You'lf find all the very newest at Comm's! ATV'S The newest in the bold look in suede for the high school and cam- pus crowd. Children's ityles loo. STOMPERS BY HANNA Wifh platform In black and moonduit flrey. YOUNG MEN'S ATV'S BOYS' 2 TONE BROWN TIES Suedo and loolher com b in all on i fn tho very lotcst itylei. Open Friday! until 9 p.m. The heavy look in iuede and 1 e o t h e r corn- bin ot ions painted crepe soles. Cns Croft Sueda Runneri Ideal for back to school, Sec our exciting FAVL WINDOW DISPLAY CAMM'S 403- 5lh Street S. SHOES I ;