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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 LETHBRIDGE HERALD DCCWimr 1873 Tree worship group obtains easy patent LONDON. Ont. If you want to incorporate your local bird watchers society or weekly bridge club as a nonprofit it's easy. The Free Press assigned three reporters and one columnist to the task and found it only takes three persons and to establish a foundation or club as a nonprofit cor- poration and receive letters patent from the On- lario government es- tablishing the group as a legal entity. The .Free Press says some relatively un- known groups behind the aura of respec- tability that the name 'church' are us- ing prac- to raise money. The four Free Press em- ployees established them- selves as the Universal Church of Arbor dedicated to the worship of and applied to the provincial government for incorporation. we found was the newspaper says in a story. were no J. K. deputy minister of consumer and commercial is quoted as saying the ministry makes elaborate on the intentions or backgrounds of people applying for letters patent with the ex- ception of applications for a club such as an employee or ethnic association. OFFICIAL 'HORRIFIED' Rev. George general secretary of the United Church of said he is to think it is so easy to set up something calling itself a leaves the field wide open to abuse and deludes the The newspaper em- ployees had no difficulty in receiving incorporated status as a nonprofit religious organization even the language of one of our objectives spread the 'branches' of our faith and the 'sap' of. our spirit throughout the land until the Canadian public 'twigs' to the of our induced the ministry to ministry to think of questioning our The newspaper also says the as a matter of does noi look beyond the sworn statements of the directors of the organization for proof of the legitimacy of the group. It quotes Charles director of the ministry's companies as would be hell if we tried to check into the beliefs of every organiza- tion applying for letters He said the biggest diffi- culty would be the question of how standards might be established for evaluating whether the beliefs of an organization are legiti- mate. LIVESTOCK DIVISION Highway No. 3 LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC STOCKYARDS SUPPORT YOUR CO-OP Your consignment properly sorted and merchan- dised consistently brings more through buyer competition proved by your Co-op. SPECIAL CALF SALES EVERY 1 P.M. FATS and FEEDERS WED. and FRIDAY 10 a.m. BONDED and CERTIFIED at your LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC AUCTION MARKET FEEDER HOG SALES MONDAY 1 p.m. WE ASSEMBLE MARKET HOGS THURS. List your calves early with your Co-op at we have many feeders who are interested in your livestock. Get maxi- mum demands on your livestock. Offer them for sale at the Lethbridge Public Your Co-Op. WE WILL FILL YOUR FEEDER CATTLE ORDERS TO YOUR SATISFACTION PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH Call a Professional Market Consign all your Livestock to your Co-Op CALL CO-OP Doing well Penny a researcher at the University of British Columbia ocean- ography holds scallops flourishing at 10 times the normal rate. Scallops are being introduced to amphipods for hopefully better results. A Dependable Team Our sincere thanks to all our many customers and friends. We look forward to serving you in the New Year. MP Massey Ferguson WRENTHAM FARM SUPLIES LTD. KEVIN EDWARDS BRIAN EDWARDS Wrentham Phone 222-3777 ;