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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta INQUIRE ABOUT NEW OVERSEAS AIR FARES EFFECTIVE APRIL 1-1973 (Subject Io Government Approval) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 331-3301 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, January 12 1973 PAGES 15-26 LFTHBRJDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Slreet Shopping Moll Lethbridge, Alberto Phone (403 328-7411 FILING CABINETS GOFT FEARS Cans phis bottles equals money Six of 30 Grade 4 students from Galbroilh School show some of the Bcnff and Jasper planned for May. They need SI 000 or.d early collections for o class-condurted bottle drive planned for Sotur- 200 for the trip. Lest y-cr the doss made c Ihree-a'cy irip'to day. Money from '.he botlle drive will be used by the class to meet ex- only. The studs-its from left to right ore: Kin Herbut, penses during a iivt-day trip from lefhbndge to Edmonton, Hinion, Brian Norlin, Vcndy Wolosyn, Michael Sender and Darin Fuller. Stench solutions debated A alderman snd a high sch-xil agreed rnursday '.he prob- lem created by ihe smells in ihe are ra.T.p'j- csted. Issues related to the ;opic c: ihe local stench presen-M to persons who snended Ihe em Alberta Council on Public Aifairs by Jim pnncipal o: Church_Z High School. AUernaiives for declirje with the proKem by Ald Vsughp.n Kembroff. 2 kcal lawyer. Mr. Anderson the issues involved in the discussion were four-fold. The issues ir. the public as opposed to the private good. invo'.v- ed the cons-cwrGrion of ihe rights of s 25 oppos- ed" the "of z The second L-viVve-d plannir.g by defniiion 1 'involves ;he of land use in an urban Lhe public covxl." he said. A5 an of a Mr. Anders-on ciied the extension of Soir.h was airescy knonn to exisf. a third issue he put forth the thst many indus- were associci- vsiih the bese of the com- m unity. "Ii the rendering plant (here wtiuid lie no place to dispose of dead is a consideration Lhat mus; be looked a; before a de- cision can be made." he said. The fins! issue involved Ln Mr. .Anderson's present aeon were the controls placed on in- dustries by the In reply to Mr. Anderson. .Aid. Hembroff it was a lot easier io ihe problems than to fbd the Answers. Mr. said progress might be achieved by some sort of concerted effort by the pub- lic who are suffering the ef- fects of the stench. Ke suggested that the public protest was th? easiest solu- tion, would take Lhe longest iirae would likely end in a solution of 'he prmlc.-ri rhs; be favorable ro boih sides. A second course open to the persons who were affected by the smell could take ihe form c: a legal action under the powers of the ne'.Uy created provincial department of the "If enough persons ed. Lhe hesd o" the has tremendous powers under ihe act." he said. "The act gives him the power to investigate a problem and insist air po'.lutJon equipment be installed. T h e company is liable to a fine for no: following directions given i: from the department." he said. .As a third alternative Mr. Hembroff suggested a nuisance charge could be laid against E company that is ihe source of a smell, because such a smel! could deprive an individual of the enjoyment of his properry, which the law entitles him to. U OF L ENROLMENT HAS FURTHER DROP Student o: Leihbr A U of 1.05! rull -eristered Izie Wec der: drrp of 1. a: the I'niversiry lcge to c-c'ir.e h -.otsl regirra'-io-i rir.g semester may later this monLn. L spokesman time srjoents nsc on campus by a 15-srj- last tali's .076. i'.y officdais .-till slight mcresse in this spring as fina are r.'.ace this week 02 "A c o u r.: i_r mad? of uar: time stude-.ts, We to break even a_-e a U of L EjxftesnLan said. Owe- Holmes, the university's academic vice- repeated his Tr.urajsy thu 40 to more student cir. be ex- pected for the sprL-g sem- esrer than registered t h e pre-.-ious fail. East PCs 7-Eleveu to trial pick officers. Drive in an area where 2 smell noiirs bvlrw charge D- o: Lethbr.dce athletic ART niehi was eleetea Southland Corp. iCan.1 Ltd..1 I; is aileged that on Dec. :s. president of the Le'.hbridse of 7-Eleven Stores, plead- stores on 541 :3th St. N.. and DENTURE no; cuiltv Tnursdav Ln cro- -191 Ma-'or Macrath Drive vi- DENTAl com to charges of vi- lited the city bylaw. He pr. Herb Schwnrtl Bldg. 222 Sir, SI. tne city closmg bylaw. t _ Fleeted Phone .one manaser 'Eileen Cashr.iore. Rov Mont-o! 7-tlevea Stores m LKh- gornen-. D o n Miller and appeared ior the cor- Marie 0- rav Leslie. Gladvs Palrrer Stij.h.aDQ wiii go io ;rci Ave fo- cepted the txist 01 Feb. 1_. another week wttho-j; olea. to S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAl is. cnarse.i vo.-j; Elected c: rectors weret tatlinc to obtain a city Richard Eirton. Ecxp Bibki. 1 ceree. Rtrh Gotrlf.v. Dick Miss Loescher told ihe court Johnston. Moriey FROM 0. C. she had received Medical Dental Pt ottcrce sne Lien, Ross, setTod a Mcox. Pa'. e Eltord and t Lhere are fitir distinct stens in tho CHECK Tory meeting in c: yo-i- tllresses Eal-ki. Bonnie Bsbki. ifrns Those OFFICE and Poan Uen. 1 the president Herb Ax- 1- I location Ball told less than persons 1 scribec hv T FeK the mee'.'.-j in Sven Eric't- do.-ior ior the jt- f o: Abest'- rouble ISiW-. jjBM'-w-V-i Sheets Columncr Sheeis 1 Columnar Padi Columnar VW Family Restattran; that one bis ioii for 157.5 will establishment of 3 constitulion for the dosace of your pre-vription nvjsi be anr.-.ustered as STvctitori bv Books 1 Inventory Forms 1 Transfer speaker Tr. Per; and labor, stwke for two hours doctor, to- vour dootor's File the accomplishments o: the -cripiion must be iise-d by 1 (niuloied Files 1 15 T-.wr.lhs. artfully follow the l.n-.tnj speci-ied for those dosages and you -an ako reinen-.ber that we're always clad to explain how Adder Rolls i 1 Ro'ls 1 Card Cnbinel 1 Cord Index Filing standard question Premier Loiifhood asks ti piece of legislation is proposed, he said, is "How this new legislation help the ivben you should take votir 1 Calendar medications 1 Diaritj, -ausp helping to your health i> :V one -eason we're here to serve voit. And you like to sit while ?re're filing your 1 Doily Jourrol, 1973 1 Lisl and Poper Culferi 1 Poital Sealei Bond RAEWOOD provide an answer to question, it is rewritten and rewritten until i; does answer the question or is scrapped. Dr. Hohol. or YOU? Then S'.uMv is tbe place for you. And a -vays plenty of free parking wre at 1W6 9th S., PORSCHE PLUMBING, HEATING Open daily a.m to ).m. Sundays and Hobdays LTD. 319 7th Street South Phone Ave. and Mlh SI. S. Salei GASFITTING 34 -HOUR SERVICE WORK New Inllol'olionl Phon. 358-2106 Hutterites told don't stir public BERT HOHOL Ey RIC SWIHAKT Herald Staff Writer Alberta's Hutlerites were foid not to speak publicly about the repeal of the Communal Prop- erty Act by the provincial gov- ernment simply to keep the issue from getting according to Bob Bowling, min- ister -aitho-jt portfolio. When told TriiirsdEY thai Bishop John Wurz of the Wil- son Huttente Colony 10 miles south of Lethbndge. leader of the Dariusleut Huaerian Breth- ren, wouldn't comment on the repeal of the act. Mr. Dow ling said. "Toe reason fcr that is that so often the issues are confused by misquotes or something taken out of con- text." Bishop Wurz, when contacted by the Herald in December said he would offer no com- ment. don't io szy rhiag. I was asked DK to 53 we wouldn't rouse the public." he He said a: that time thai there wouldn't be any land pur- chase hy Hurterites for at least six months "so the public won't be stirred.'' Tne Cotmniir.aj Properry .Act ivas set up to control the land purchasing power of the Hut- teriaii sect, in 1P72 the Alberta passed the Alberta ill of Rights which ontradid- ed the Command Property Act. The Camrnunal Property Re- peal which was passed at the fail legislative session, was held over until the end of March 1973 for implementation pending the establishment of a special liaison comimtsee which would oversee any laud transactions by any form of large corporation or communal group. Mr. DowiiTig. in an interview as be was passing through Lethbridge said Thursday tip repeal of -the act has not been pver. formal assen: by ihe lieu- tenant-governor but should be in the next month or two. "This mesns that the Com- rnunai Property Act is still real- ly virtually in affect. It may be in conflict with the Bill of Rights, however the repeal act should be assented to in a few week? and the liaison officer ar-rl his office and the adviso-y corrjnirtee that will be working with him will cenainly be m operation." he said. Mr. Dealing said the haison officer wiU be appointed in the next few days. "Until snch time as the liai- son office is functioning I think it is wise for no one to make Naturalists meet tonight Tne Naiuralists" hold a meeung FTicsy sr Bowman Aris Cen- rre a: S p-Trr on whjch K, S Ower, uii: shcnv slices on the bovvers or Souihem Alberta. Aifo on the agenda discus- sion on ihe possibility of stari- progrsms on identifying birds, plants snd any real comment.'' he sajd. if expect to have mv comniems beeD ana] hchis." y'jr'i o: innocuous cod rather ".AJIQ they tenainiy wiii re- general." ceive Tney wil] sc- Dolling said ihe Hui- cepi h e s e as leriies are misiaken when tbey goes ra. Tnere BTB ssy nothing will be changed tbey probably not accep: urider the setup. because o: rheir religious "There are certain bir i h e r e are a number biiities that the Huietriies sius: ihey Orient flight eyed for meat By RICHARD BURKE Herald Slaff Writer Future air services here could include the shipment of dressed meat from Kenyoa Field to markets in the Ear East. Local meat packers agree the potential raarket for their prod- ucts is great in such countries as Japan. China. Indo- nesia and Malaysia. But. one- of the Tnyn factors ir. the development of these markets, fast, economics! air freight t-arisportarjon. is E o in Lethbridge. It couid be within a couple of years, though. Mayor And y Anderson Mayor .Asdersorj will travel to Ottawa Jan. 24 to discuss the matter, and other proposals to improve local transportation services. Jean Viarehand. minister of transport. "If we don't start now lo plan for air freight services, particularly for the derelop- nient of ar, exptir; market for the packing plants. Caleary Ls likely to boat us to the mayor said. If Calgary provides 'die ser- vice, and the Far East market develops, local packers would have to add the extra step of trucking their produce, "then leading them on a plane. Wi-Ji air freight service from here, trucking for the export market could be eliminated he added. Archie Murphy, general man- ager of Canadian Dressed Meats, said air freight rates are decreasing to the point where they would make 'export- ing from here economically fea- sible. Although there is only enough beef available now for the do- mestic market, in "five or six years, there will be a IK more cattle around'1 to provide for exports. Mr. Murphy said When that time :i will be most logical ;o ship products by air. "This is going to be the cerirre of the beef industry in Can- ada." he said. "We should start i pushing for air fadi- to accoraraodate beef ex- pert." Jin Ckugr. manager of the local S-ift Co. Ltd. pi art. said vtjicut the air freight bci_" available first, "we car.'t take advantage of the market." There is poteodal market ir. J apart. Mr. C-crugi] said. By developcE u-st mar- ket, the and valleys" of the existiig prtd'jction graphs could be evened ox. "There are times is oar cur- rent cycle beaf thar. th? -domestic) marke: car. absorb." Mr. Gotish said. Ross Held, manager of Can- ada Packers Ltd.. saici rce-it o: the Far East marks; depends on the abtliry of t'- e plants to with those in other countries. If the air sen-ice facilities are expanded here, the feasibii- in- of competing is good. JL-. Held said. The Japanese are fanrliar wirh Lie Quality of beef pro- duced m Albena. he said. b the fall of 1971. Canada Packers flew iwo carcasses to Japan. Larger shipments were seat by truck to N'ancoirver and frcim there to Japan by ocean freiehter. 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