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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETH5RIDGE HERALD _ Thursday, December 16, 1971 Hills: is easant place to live By .TOYri: KC.r.lNTOV [buildings have Fonsl Hills is a white, mid-: i-cl doormen and Malnes in tin1 die-class of Neu omi ard. York t'ity. They have appeared in f'lll ;it tin- Capitol in Wash hi L'- ton, D.C. ID a Mac I; rules against IJibJc-readin" in rooms, nl anti-war rallies nn finally been edged out of south-1 the West Coast, at a -Jerry em California after months of i lecture on the University s it is a pleasant place to if you have to live in New j Hills is integrator! j in the .sense that its .lew- j I'siikMils, who an amiable business rein-' ip wilh the rest. If the "discrimination" is used I in these parts, which is not too i u-n or t'X) seriously, II is Kiken to mean anti-semilism, Rlncks (io not enter into the scheme of Forest Hills, merely come into the nriehborhnnd' to clean houses, tend fzanlcns and wash cars, Forest Mills has now become ihe -cene of a kind of racial crisis which is beginning to np- in many suburban neigh- bnriiuncls of America. Its odd iTSHk-nl are f ihe probability I h hundred poor, unskilled black families, inisny on wel lief, will be up in a new housing pro- Junior iinvl'onl grou Amnesty bill introduced the t u r n e d-o u 1. turnod-off, yount! congregate: the children j of the counter-culture, en per: WASHINGTON (Renter) for the latest transcendental! Senator Robert Taft Jr. (Rep. j tup, v. net hoi it >c cien-. Qhjoj introduced a bill Tuesday consciousness. to oranf amnesty to the thou-: sands of United SJales men who j have gone to other countries to j RED DEKH tors of the ne.vly berla Junior Hereford t.ion will meet in Innisfail Dec. 2J! to sol for the or- ganization, the first in Canada, president Alh'n Min- chau. 111, of .Millet, said here. The junior association formed this week at the j meetings of the Alberta Here- ford Association "to Hereford among juni hers and among friends in the cattle industry." David of Bent ley was elected vice-r-rr-sidenl and Donna Powle.siand of Cochran secretary-treasurer. which will adjoin many of i parked on the site. Others have upon the alreadv synagogues are deeply di- secure nuddle-c 1 a s s j threatening to lie down schools and they have never been 1 frail of ihe city's bulldozers resources, and could cause CIIANX'E "'hen the building work increase in local the Forest Hills decision was made hi- of drug addiction. The theme Residents' Association city and federal govern- Ilia site. i of most of the protesters' fail to hall the con- as part of a nationwide arc i lie speeches is that they it may force the city (o integrate the suburbs by "scalier-siting" government-financed blocks of started in other suburbs across Ihe country which are facing the same situation. people from Harlem should have decent homes, but not modify its plans. And, since its protests have gone all the way to the While House, it may Ihe past, this kind of hous- on of the most other American cities how was put up on the sites of cx crectlon of dceavcd tenements ln of lire Forest Hills housing project arc Jewish to go about housing integration. Forest Hills had its hous- 1 a different kind of who came to project thrust upon il, with- Now. it is believed, Ihe r'Jc .'Ie Io escape another any attempt to prepare the (which in Neiv York incvi- c racial persecution. But, community, without any Dcc. e means the blacks) will have a better chance of social and educational "UHS Keep it mat way." Pictured alongside tlie words was a happy, worked for years to possess Iheir own piece of property in a neighborhood where they plan to bolster local school transport and welfare services to cope with the thev are integrated are all Ihe without reference to the and racial barriers. Jims ine wnne of its architecture. If was mual lere-tr.ote nem-T the ntley and reaction of many Forest Hills residents has been bitter and resentful. Hundreds have joined an association formed specifically to fight the new project which will house about people, including a few elderly whites. After an angrv rally the other day, local whiles hurled racks at the nas created ius own kind of shorthand which avoids the mention of race. "Building low-income bousing" means letting blacks in; "maintaining the quality of the neighborhood" means keeping them out. The Forest Hills protesters argue, with some justification, that the influx of 4.000 always, the demonstrators form a noisy minority. Most people in Forest Hills are doing nothing about the housing project, except Imping it will go away. A very few whites arc liberal enough to be in favour of it, but most of them are afraid to speak out, [earing the indignation of their the three 24-storey blocks will stick up like sore thumbs over the low buildings around them, a constant reminder of their alien status. Some of the residents' anger is therefore understandable. The rest is a strong indication of conf'icts to come as the poor arc rehoused, suburb bv sub- 1 (tows ot construction trailers I will put a crippling of local churches 1 urb, across the United ;ii: M.LL IUI.-I 11.1 II! mill III II ,Blc family, the Bcrgs-lhe I cradc conscription. What is so wrong with the; particular Children of uor r Ei! (Their inspiration came from i pnismil ion if they agree to give z i MS i world, thr f u n d ;i ;n "Children" are exneeled in give up their leave home, school or job and advisee Jeremiah. follow an ascetic path to thyself in a.shc.s; tcousness. Only in this way can hitter lamentation they hope to "saved." The bulk of the Chrht-a-i- from seeing their Families "wt-i'ly offended the Hebrews! The senator said he planned To prepare for (lie end "of Ihe they look to the roads to to send President Nixon a letter bring their message to the I urging him to consider the pro- counlry. j posa! favorably. "Gird three with sackcloth." Senator Tail said an esti- i "and wallow i mated Americans liave j make most gone into exile in Canada and j The other countries to avoid con- I Bergs did just that, donning scription and possibly being red sackcloth as a symbol of: sent to fight in Vietnam. a-p e r son a 1-saviour revival, rewnlance. v.i'aring yokes as a His bill would also apply to: which has swept across the na- sign of human bondage and i the estimated 500 draft-evaders tion from California, reic-d- bc-.-ring staffs signifying God's j raw in U.S. jails. the "Children" as too rigid judsment. The single earring bizan'e. by means "we're Certainly the sect seems 10 slaves of love to .Jesus." says have outfreaked all its oompe- Arnold Dietrich, who headed ttlors in "Jesus Freak'' Angeles chapter until movement. Psychedelic bell- i! was forced out. "We believe bottoms, beads and rock music this is tile last generation. We'll are not for them. These youth- see Jesus come again, if we're fill prophets of doom appear in not killed first." public wearing The sect has around carrying long staffs of wood, since but only in the last their foreheads smeared with years ha.s its'membership year-old Edmonton youth may ash. They stand in ominous si- sorre'd into the thousands. Any- j iw in danger of losing a leg j lence. holding up scrolls that or.o .vho joins must give all he broken 1-t months ago in an; quote some of the more apor- j ouas to the group i Testa-: automobile accident, his mother alyptic verses of the lii'ile. nicnt references to communal j saicl Tuesday. There arc an estimated :i.W) sharing are cited in support of Police said Lonnic Hoffman of them, possibly more, in ram- Arnold and Faith broke his left leg again Mon- munes across the U.S. One of Dietrich do not care for Ihe i day when the van driv- the biggest is near Seattle. won! "commune." It raises im-! ins: was involved in a collision j chief town of America's most ages of communists, drugs and with two other vehicles near i Hockey player mav lii.s lee c EDMONTON' 'CT1 northAvesterlv of Wash- sexual licence. And the "Chil- the citv. Is the Profile of Protection ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE Complete? mgton_ Others are in Texas. dren" are ascetic and strongly lllc ,Lll near Fort Worth, dose oy a ?nti-done: many members are nearlv "severed just Wow the! gnost town called Thurher; and ex-addicts, ex-black militants, i 'in October. 1970 when his ex-studcm radicals. Hie sleep- motorcycle was ill collision with ing quarters of men and girls a car. are strictly segregated wher- said rioctors j river the nomadic .sect may be lhc vouU, te i 11V1112 The and Mr. Dietrich call them.-elves i The vouth had his left lee lose the let; if it was broken i finyonc who feels disinclined to said the second fracture may I not lie in the same place as the i pi appointed lead-1 ons sufferod H montfe ago ership" is asked to leave. 'The only thing followers can do is confirm what the leader has Lorjiie Hoffman had been one of the city's star players in minor hockey before his first accident and had been skating for t.wo months in hope of re- suming the sport the ac- cident occurred Monday. No have been laid. Vou'll Find Out if You Visit Us C. E. fOfjSTf R IjGtljKY 706-3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-2793 City hull wii labled Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch I- substance prmcn, to shrink repair tissue. licvcs IMiin iiml in m oinliVi'n- and minutcs .i.n.l up lic.ilins lory form callcj II. of the1, intlamcd In ad.liliiia Miniik- Onc hrir.nrrhnidal c.r-c his- ini: I! lory after .mother rcpnrlcil Inhriralcs .in.l makes clinnn.i- "vtrjr Mrikini; impr.nnr.cnt.'1 ti.-n less p.iinfnl. II Pain Jironipllv ar.l infcclion a sl.itf.l nctual rc.luotirai or of hminrrr.nidv retract ion Shrink place .lust vour drnr-m; lor And moNl iaiporl.uil-- this II or improvement in.miuinrd in Prrpanlion II ninlmcnllnith c.lscnvhcreclinicrdobuTv.itina? spc.-ial weie continued over a period of HICKSTEAD. Knpland 'CP> Doufilas [limn, tieputv (-hair- man of the British Show-Jump- ing A.spociation, was ciiscjuali- fier! from because be t-eeded the speed limit, ntinn, irDMOxTOx (CPi Citv nas abandoned his Rolls- cmmn[ a IofiislativB com. Koyrc and cars for a mittcc rerommendat.ion calling heat'opier to h-vcl irom Ins increascs for scnior Shmvs pcrsonnclat citv hall. Tht'y now earn from i j In a year. j Council tabled the recommen- dation until a consulting firm crrries out a study im the sal- aries of scnior management staff. i The com mil tee had recom- i mended a increase for j city commissioners. for j ihe chief commissioner. j for the solicitor, the enfii- I nee-ring siiiierinlendeiit, the! general inanapers of tlif tele- i I phones waler and sanita- i tion departments and the power department snperinlcnrient, and j for the planning super in-1 louden I and Ihe park superin- i tendent. Shields child r.IiOniTHAUSFA1 (AP) A mine blew off a young mother's legs as she fled ICast Germany with her year-old baby Monday niglil, bit: slie shielded (lie child from tlie hl.isl. Six n-.Mdent.s ran into the minefield and pulled the mother, her husband and the baby Io safety. -MacKenzie's DIAMOND IMPORT SALE AN EXTRAORDINARY OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE! ONE CARAT SPECIAL The quality factors which make this low price exceptional value are expjairied in detail at all locations. Ladies' Half Carat Solitaire Priced 475.00 B. Ladies' 3-Stone, Set with 3x11 ooint diamonds and 2 smalls. 14 kt, gold ......................................Sole Priced 325.00 C. Ladies' Fancy diamonds -Total weight .42 carats......Sale Priced 325.00 D. Ladies' Fancy diamonds Total weight ,24 carats...... Sale Priced 200.00 E. Ladies'Fancy Ring-2 diamonds Total weight. 30 carats and ruby Of sapphire centre Sale Priced 250.00 F. Gents' Half Carat Solitaire Sale Priced AQQ QQ NOTE: There are 100 pomts Io the cars' Sizes may vary slightly 1 or 2 points from weights specified CHARGEX.. 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