Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD July 1974 RICK ERVIN photo Official election results Official returns for the Lethbndge electoral district in the July 8 federal election have given Progressive Conservative Ken Hurlburt 20 602 Liberal Sven Encksen 075 New Democrat Bessie Annand 3 329 and Socred Vern Young 1 4JO A total of 32 547 votes were cast Only 111 were reflecting an improved ballot format Assaulting policeman brings jail for pair Indians conduct sun dance RODERICK L. MacLAINE Son of Mr and Mrs D C L MacLaine the Sunnyside Dis tnct recenlly received his Bach elor or Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Alberta Edmonton He has accepted a position with the M W Kellogg Co and is presently working out of Tulsa Oklahoma He is a graduate of the Kate Andrews High School in Coaldale 'Irn letting you off Provincial Judge L W Hudson told a Saskatchewan man and youth after sentencing them to jail on charges of assaulting a police officer Roland La and Arnold Russell both of Prince were in court Friday on separate charges of taking a motor vehicle without the owners consent and assaulting a police officer Both were charged separately on the two charges and both pleaded guilty to the two offenses Court was told the incident occurred in the Picture Butte area July 4 The two were originally charged with auto theft but the charge was reduced to tak- ing a motor vehicle without the owners consent Charges of wilful damage against La Libertie and Genereaux were dropped La Libertie was sentenced to 45 days in jail on the assault charge and fined or 14 days in jail for taking a motor vehi- cle without the owners consent Genereaux received 30 days in jail for assaulting a police officer and also fined or 14 days in jail on the motor vehi- cle charge Court was told Genereaux was working for Thomas a farmer in the Pic- ture Butte area and on July 4 Genereaux and La Libertie took a pickup truck belonging to Mr Fukami The crown said when two RCMP officers found the defendants in the park- ed off the road in a Genereaux and La Libertie offered no resistance to being arrested The defendants were put in one RCMP car and while the officer was driving back his detachment both attempted to get out of the car while it was moving The officer pulled over to the side of the road to restrain the defendants and the other RCMP who was stopped to help and a fight began At the Picture Butte RCMP the court was told the had to be restrained again I can't condone such ac- tion The two were quite co- operative when there were two officers but changed their attitude when it became two against one said Provincial Judge Hudson Lethbridge bylaw found undemocratic in review GUARANTEED SERVICE To NORESCO. and moil other of ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 2 Technicians to Serve You ANGLO STEREO A PHOTO SERVICE DEPT. 419 5th Street South Phone 328-0575 A bylaw proposal restricting the operations of feedlots in the city goes against the principles of democratic government by confiscating without compen- sation a city review of the bylaw found City Council directed the review be undertaken in a June meeting after it was in- formed the proposed bylaw may not be necessary because provincial environmental controls on feedlots apply even if municipalities don't adopt similar controls BUS SERVICE DURING EXHIBITION WEEK During Exhibition bus service to the Exhibition Grounds will be provided by Route Route 1A and Route 2. WEDNESDAY SATURDAY Bus Routes 1 1A will provide 20 minute service from 7 00 a m till 5 40 p m to the South 40 minute service thereafter THURSDAY FRIDAY 20 minute service will be maintained till 10.00 p.m. ROUTE through SATURDAY Will operate directly to the North Gate every 30 min- utes from 7 00 a m to 11 30 p m The bus will leave the North Gate every 30 minutes from 7.15 a m to 11 45 p m PLEASE NOTE The Route 2 bus will operate on its regular and not on Parkside Drive during Exhibition Week OTHER ROUTES Will maintain regular routes and schedules PLEASE NOTE Service will be provided to North and South Lethbndge after 10 00 p m STUDENT and CHILDREN'S FARES ARE 15 CENTS CASH TRANSFERS WILL BE ACCEPTED Passengers are requested to deposit their own GO WITH US RIDE THE BUS AIR CONDITIONING NOW AVAILABLE lor hones heated with hot water systems. CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 -2nd A ve. 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Phone 32V-olvo v x_V 328-6586 Horn society members sponsoring the sun dance are concerned because many medicine bundles are Parkland man killed in fiery crash A 19-year-old Parkland man died in a fiery collision between a half-ton- truck and a semi-trailer unit Friday about 5Vz miles south of Nanton John the driver and lone occu- pant of the were southbound and attempted to turn left when he was hit by a northbound semi-trailer driven by Raymond of Edmonton On both vehicles burst into flames and Mr Moyer was trapped in the half- ton Mr the lone occupant of the semi- trailer was uninjured The accident occurred at 12 05 a m There has been no decision regarding an inquest Plains bands gather near Standoff About 30 families are gathered in a ring of teepees just north of mark- ing one of the most important ceremonies in the Blackfoot culture The ring of 25 each marked with a design handed down over is on holy ground stretching below Belly Butte and the occasion is the sun once banned by the federal government But the during which Indians offer prayer to God through his greatest crea- tion the sun is somewhat marred by the lack of medicine bundles now in the hdndb in museums and in- dividuals across the continent and in Europe Two members of the horn the religious group on the Blood Reserve holding the sun were in Edmonton and Calgary Friday trying to retrieve some of the sacred bundles Whites have taken many medicine bundles and the In- dians attending the annual ceremony are praying to God Childrens' zoo All types of farm animals will be featured in the dies at Whoop-Up Days this year July 15 to a fair spokesman said Wednesday The spokesman said the animals will be the type children don t oiien get 10 see and the sun the bundles will be Hugh Calf a member of the Horn Society said Friday the bundles our religion is not complete I'll pray so you guys will under- he said The sun during which several different Indian religious societies offer prayer to the used to last as long as six but the pressures of white society has shortened it to about two weeks People only get a two-week Mr Calf Robe said Friday members of the Buffalo Woman Society were conducting a ceremony m a large loage-style tent inside the teepee but only believers are allowed to know the purpose and type of ceremony going on behind the canvas By the women's society will have finished and members of the horn society will begin the main ceremony which will end the sun dance Mr Calf Robe said the dance is held in marked contrast to the Standoff Indian scheduled for the com- ing weekend Royal Cauldon IRONSTONE CAKE PLATES of bird patterns for gift giving Regular 3.95 Special O69 Call China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est 1922 PHONE 327-6565 E S. 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