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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DONT IAUGH! NOW IS THE TIME TO REGISTER FOR YOUR 1973 CHRISMAS HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY REGISTER NOW AND DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lcthbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Alberta, Saturday, March 17, 1973 PAGES 17 TO 28 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE 1TD. 7lh Street Shopping Mall Alberta (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES Volunteer era begun in Alberta Albertans are entering a new volunteer era of sell-improve- ment, says Albert W. Brewer, head of the Alberta Service Corps. "There is a greater move among the less-well-off people to volunteer their services lo groups so as to improve them- said Mr. Bower. Pre- viously, most volunteer work was done by the middle and upper classes through various service-groups. In many cases this was done for sell or club pride, ho said. Mr. Brewer, who is in Leth- bridge to solicit applicants for several District Youth Repre- sentative positions in the prov- ince, says it is the job of youth workers to help volunteers dea with the different levels of gov- ernment. He claims it is their 3'ob to respond to community needs upon the request of com- munity groups. One of the toughest jobs councillors must face in the fu ture is to convince service clubs to donate toward planned pro- gramming rather than opting to do their own thing Mr. Brewer said. As an example, he claime< it -would be wiser for a servici club to buy bus tickets for oil age pensioners so that they can take part in present activities rather then constructing a building for them to meet in. Real estate firm fined Quinton and Dale Agencies Ltd. of Lethbridge was fined a total of in provincial court in Lethbridge Friday after pleading guilty to three charges of failing to staff. The real estate agency failed to pay Phyllis Kristiansen Alvina Everett and Alice Hahn in commissions duo them within 10 days after they ceased employment willi the firm. Provincial Judge L. W. Hud- son fined the company on each of the three charges. The company was given until April 6 to pay the fines and court court costs. Maximum fine could have been ?250 on each charge. Similar charges against Qer- aid H. Quinton were dismissed when the Crown offered no evi- dence. Counsel for John Dale, charg- ed with the same Uiree of- fences, reserved plea until 2 p.m. April 9. MOVING? MOTIONAL PLEA AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES Hutterites plan Vulcan colonies Long ELWOOD FERGUSON photo up An estimated damage was dons when this 1969 Lincoln Continental wound up in ihe bottom of a coulee at the end of 7th St. N. and Stafford Ave, The abandoned car was reported To police at a.m. Friday. Today entertainer Danny Clark told The Herald it was his car and that it had been stolen from the Marquis Hotel parking lot some time Thursday. Police say the car is a write-off. Their Investigation continues. Rancher ordered to remove cattle By JIM MAYBIE Herald Staff Writer A Cardston man was given 24 hours Friday to remove Ms dead cattle from the St. Mary IWer or face government legal action. Dr. Kurt Adler, medical tiealth officer for the Chin ook Health Unit, told The Her- ald Friday afternoon that Earl Scott was ordered a week ago to remove the cattle from the river near Cardston. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL SHOE REPAIR 317 7tn STREST SOUTH CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL MEDICAl DENTAL BIDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-7822 PHONE 'N EAT TANTALIZING CHINESE FOOD LOTUS SUNSHINE FRIED CHICKEN DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR STEAMING HOT NO DELIVERY CHARGE FOR ORDERS OVER 327-0240 OR LOTUS IMM fromT. 327-2297 CPR Depor The cattle were still there Friday. Dr. Adler said there is no ex- cuse why Mr. Scott didn't get hem out. "We're going to take legal action if he doesn't get them out in 24 he said. Mr. Scott, administrator of Jie Cardston Municipal Hospital, told The Herald he had some cattle disappear in January. He said he later found two young heifers frozen in the riv- er. A Chinook Unit inspector agreed the cattle coiild not be removed from the river at the Scott sairt. The ice finally loosened up and the cattle moved down- stream to a point north of the St. Mary bridge on the Leth- bridge-Cardston highway. Mr. Scott said lie checked the animals Thursday and tried to figure how he could get them out of the river. He figured that with tile amount of ice left in the river it would be too dan- gerous to try to pull them out by horse and that they were rather inaccessible to a winch vehicle. He said he would take an- other look at the situation to- day in attempts to find a sol- ution to the problem. The animals in 'the river Series 011 sexuality beginning at U of L A seminar series entitled sex- uality a part of you will be presented by the Lethbridge birth control and information centre and the University ot Lethbridge student society be- ginning Wednesday. The series is free, open to the public, and will be held in the north corridor, 6lh floor of the main U of L building. A discussion of the physiolog- ical changes which occur dur- ing a sexual relationship and how these changes affect this relationship will be the high- light Wednesday at p.m. The informstion presented will follow soms of the findings of American researchers Mas- SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS S12O INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 I INCOME TAX INDIVIDUAL, FARM, end bUSINCSS RETURNS MILO DOUGLAS 917-57 Slreel 'A' N. Ph. 328-0330, 328-170} ers and Joluison. A technique of communica- tion developed by Drs. Noam and Beryl Chernick, physicians in London, Ont., will also be presented. An informational session on venereal disease and birth con- trol will be presented Thurs- day at p.m. March 28 at p.m., a pan- el will present tho altenatives to an unwanted pregnancy. Discussion will constitute a large part of flu's session. The last scries, changes in sexual life styles, will take place March 29 at p.m. It will be a presentation of re- search findings in sociology concerning trial marriage and "living spouse swap- ping, group nisrriage and build- ing extended families through communal living. The presentation will be fol- lowed by small group discus- sions of altenatives in compari- son with traditional values- were brought to (lie attention of the fish and wildlife division which reported the matter to the board of health. Fish and wildlife officials say there are three dead cows in the river hung up on rocks There is not enough water in the river yet to flush Jhem down to the reservoir half a mile away, they say. If the animals are not re- moved soon they will eventual ly wind up in the reservoir ant decompose, Tha Herald was told. A wildlife official said the cattle are bloating some now Mr. Scott says they are stil frozen. Dr. Adler said that whrn tin bacteria in the animals star working they swell and event ualiy burst, creating "a hell o a mess." While the dead animals in th river are not dangerous to hu mans, because drinking wale s treated, they could b lazardous to other animals Dr. Adler said. People just don't like th thoughts or the sight of dea animals in the water they wi eventually drink, he indicated Dr. Adler said that even year cattle wind up in the rv er but they are generally re- moved on short notice. By D'ARCY R1CKARD Herald District Editor VULCAN Plans for two new colonies in the1 Vulcan dis- trict were explained here Fri- day by Hutterite leaders. About 40 County of Vulcan councillors, interested observ- ers and Hutterites heard John Wurz, from the Wilson Siding colony of acres south of Lethbridge, pledge co-operation and help to communities jn the Vulcan area. Mr. Wurz is one of three men who lead the Darius Lent group of Hutterite brethren of Alber- ta Saskatchewan and Montana, Mr. Wurz's plea for goodwill came tliree weeks after a mot- orcade of demonstrators led by the Vulcan Chamber of Com- merce converged on the legis- lature in Edmonton asking that controls over Hutterite land deals not be repealed. The government's plan for repeal of those controls, the Communal Properties Act, wont ahead scheduled a week later. NEW COLONIES The Newdale Colony of HI people, biggest colony in t h e province and located at Milo, wants to start a daughter col- ony o[ acres north of the town of Mossleigh in the north- ern area of the County of Vul- an. The Waterton Colony at Glen- started in 1961, wants to art a daughter colony north ast of Vulcan. County of Vulcan Reeve Ivan a g a welcomed Hutterites om several colonies to thi .eeting. "According to the press w nd it looks like a lot of peo e are against said Sir rurz. "We would like to knov rhy they are against us. Hav pver done any damage tc ou? Have we ever done any arm to you? iUMAN BEINGS "Whereeven we live so fa ?e get along very nicely wit our communities. We pay ou axes. We try to make a livin vith the sweat of our brow. W lave got to live like humar jelngs with the rest of th vorld. The federal government too us in here 55 years ago anc promised us a living. We prom sed we would stay agricultur il. That is what we are doing "It seems to said Mr lichens. We milk a bunch of ws. We don't do that for our- Ives. "I am 12 years old in six onths and haven't taken a nt yet from the government, have raised a family of 12, nd haven't taken a cent yet r them from the government, hat else can I do? What's Tong with me and my fam- "We pay our taxes. We want his country, the whole Dotn- nion, to bloom like a rose." DIET County councillors sat silent- through Mr. Wurz's quiet but mpassioned speach. "I beg you very humbly, dear said Mr. Wurz. You have your everlasting life head be careful." Jacob Waldner of the OK Col- ny at Raymond pledged full lutterian brethren co-op- ration. "We have only heard of two olonies that want to come said. "We don't want to be party of more than two com- ing in." Reeve Haga opened the meet- ng to questions. I E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 304 Medical Denial BIdg. Phona 327-6565 BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Cuslom Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Open Thurl., Fri. fill 9 p.m. The consensus was that ths councillors were opposed to a private school being establish- ed In the county area. Mr, Waldner said the county could make a requisition for a per pupil grant to defer Hut- loritc education costs. He said Hutterites would bear the full load if necessary. Mr. Waldner said the Hutterites at Raymond had started a private school but had joined the counly system on the insistence of the coun- ty. PLEDGE He said Hutterites shy away from voting but pledged great- er involvement in community affairs to aid the town o! Vul- can and surrounding commun- ities. The county council withheld its "blessing" for the new col- onies until tlie Hutterifes give an exact legal description of the lanrts they Intend to buy. Hutterites also faced mem- bers of the Vulcan Chamber of Commerce at a later meeting yesterday, covering much of the same ground and seeking and pledging friendship. Gov't farm land study may be kept secret Wurz, way- I see it, w are in here for the bettermen of mankind, to build this cour ry up, to make it look lik something. I came in here years ago. Where we lande here was nothing but a bunc ot gophers. "When the neighbors wantec help we left our jabs at our place and' helped them out. We did everything we could for the benefit of our neighbors. No- body had anything against us. If they don't want us to do something, we sit back and don't do it." WHY? 1 Introducing his brother from tile Waterton Colony of 120 Mr. Wurz said, "They are interested and just as soon as the Town of Vulcan found out everybody was up in the air. Why? What have we done? We like to do to you people Herald Lcgislrfure Bureau EDMONTON .Agriculture Minister Hugh Homer indicat- ed Friday a proposed study of restrictions on farm land may not be made public when com- pleted. The study was proposed in response to controversy sur- rounding the removal of restric- tions on Hutterite land dealings. Replying in the legislature lo Ray Speaker (SC-Little Dr. Homer said "I can't say at this time whether or not Uie reports mil be made public or when they will lie received." Land use restrictions are a "very complex" matter and the three-member committee to conduct the study will be giv- en wide latitude. No date has been set for the report. The government proposed the study following a demonstra- tion headed by the Vulcan Chamber of Commerce calling for controls on communal and corpqrale land use in rural Al- berta. Demonstrators said large land owners are forcing small farmers and small comtnunit ies into The legislature has approvec establislunent of a three-mem- ber forum to conduct public bearings into the matter like- ly this summer. Mr. Speaker asked if the Vul- can group could suggest repre- sentatives to the land use com- mittee. Dr. Horner replied "We would welcome recommenda- tions from the Vulcan Chamber of Commerce and indeed from any chamber of commerce or any group interested in land use in Alberta and these names should come to me as soon as possible." Fisherman's Specials! SPIKED ROD HOLDER Reg. 1 OQ Special I OLD PAL SCENTED LURES Reg. 1 1Q SPECIAL 1.17 ANGIF.RS FLY Fill Reg. O Crt SPECIAL 0.3U Call Sporting 327-5767 what is right. We raise pigs, ducks and PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6th SI. S. ond 1514A 9th Ave.S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour service tailoring blocking and leather processing pleat drapery processing ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENIAL MECHANIC Schwatd J22 S. Phone 338.4095 DOWNTOWN WATCH AND WAIT FOR SHELDON'S PROMOTION SALE 1 DAY ONLY THURS., MAR. 22nd 516 3rd Ave. S. Next to Bank of Montreal TO GIVE AND TO GET7 It's about time someone realized that teenagers want photographs of themselves, their friends, kid brolhers and sisters, to give and to get. SO WE DID SOMETHING ABOUT IT! NOW, Till APRIL 21st; 1973 4 4x5 Portraits In color and supplied in deluxe mounts plus, a voucher (which is good at either A and W drive in) for one teenburger and a Root beer. AU FOR (Just tell Bilf Morgan Terry Bland sent you) As An An Extra Bonus 12 .95 Choose either 1-8x10 portrait or 2-5x7 portraits fOU AN EXTRA ana 'iTD. 1224 3rd AVE. SOUTH (OPPOSITE THE ELKS CLUB) Phona 327-2673 or 327-2565 ;