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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JO IETHHRIDGE HERALD Tucsil November 7. I97i Indian cattle drive turns tablet s Ily lll'DV Staff Writer lloniL-, IHIUK- tlw Whore the deer ami the ar charolais cuttle for sale, with which to make Improvc- i ill Perlich Brothers Aiictian incuts. 1 Market Ltd., liirce miles east of The ranch hoard is currently I'CKotialing v.'ilh a Canadian This year Hie Blood hand lias the- cow. decided to sell 450 calves. I'rolils realized from Uie sale Imv irwl arc ill-it a I'nuiis iiuui u.c art folkloii 'and i the longer But to Hie -tJliO of the reserve ern Alberta, the ccuboy still plays a vitid economic rule. Kvci-y ycr.r a handful ci hoys, on Wscbnck or in truck hand plans to expand its cattle chartered bank to obtain such Unfortunately the loan appli- cation has bsen slowed clou-n because of minor comyica- goals in- crca-cd pn.lils preluc-tivity industry. lions. The capital is invested lu-i Oilier Ions range ward the reserve's goal of in-j elude the establishment of a are autic.pr.ted creasing herd size to market j----------------- cattle annually. If an iigreement is reached feed let and an accompanying mill. These will he used (a iced reserve oilier Indian-own- cu ralile. The Hlund is also look- ir.R Ilii! d.iy when_ it wil'1 ha able to keep spring ci.lvo- liiiiger than the follow- inp f, II. these trot hods in- round up calves on the reserve's northern 29 sections land a keting. Mfst of the round up is done by riders on horseback v.'ilh the ranch's beard of gov- ernors, the bend will purdinsc bred cows, end pull out older cows for sale, thereby contin- ually increasing the size. The Blood rar.ch. in opera- Scenic Drive stiJ for Park Royal children Citv council instinct- 1'ith St. c a v 'o, of II herd, i lion for about IS years, was re- City council Morday ms.ruct- M; i M Healy is remanded tUNCH IS READY Meals on Whet carry insulated meal containers ready to del ilqht, co to clients, are Miss Harriet Lindsay, Mrs. Agnes Peebles, Mrs. Muriel Borrow ordinator AVs. Ethel Reid. Mrs Joy Tyson witti is on Wheels society services provided for many city residents Rodney Gar fie Id Joseph tore a magistrate to determine Healy. 2ii, cf tlie Blood Indian if there is enough evidence to crvc'n'ear Cardston was re-i wan-cut a trial, mandjd in custody withmit plea ]f a trial is required lleal.v for one week when he apperred will ba given Uie choice of bav- in Cardston magistrate's court; jng it before a district court 1 Monday. judge alone, a district ecun Healy is ciiaraed with Ihc judge and jury or an Albarta Oct. 23 non-capital murder inj Supreme Court judge and jury. Cardston of Gordon Heavy; i S.uelds. also of the Blood A statement made In Canl- .-ton coroner Dr. H. Russell following Ih? autopsy said.! 1 '-Gordon Shields suffer- ed a violent death associated Hcaly has been provided v.ith a lawyer by legal aid. He is represented by Max Moscovich of Lelhbridge." Permits issued with some projectile ihrough his j ciiesl. probably a bullet." The inspection and develop- h Lethbritlge liberal? Former city alderman ,iim Anderson will try to convince an audience at Sven Ere- sen's F a m i 1 y Restaurant Thursdr-y at neon that ''Leth- hridge is a genuinely liberal ccmmuniiv." is the (jfiiiuii title fur Mr. Anderson's talk to Ihc Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs. Mr Anderson says he is serious and fee's Ills position can he defended SeMS .he week of Oct. to reinforce r jri MES court. S73.000 addition to the Aiborta He is currently bsins held at Government Telephones Build-1 the Lethbridge Correctional In- ing and th: n liberal, Mr. Anderson is vice-prin- for oil j Januarv HIT" io sec if there over names it receive: Tlie I.ethbridee Society for u-as a Wed for f. meal service various sources to Steals Wheels has com- jn tiie area. eligibility, pleted its first year of service. Discussions were held with In September. 1970 delivery doctors. VON. ministers and people who regularly conic in contact with tiie elderly, with i few cuts aie expected goes pate in the Meals on Wheels, sljnnion and an RCMP official loading shed kr Western Cana- from program. This will mean adrii- j said Healy's next court appear-1 dian Seed Procesors. establish tionai volunteers may be need- ance will be in Lethbridge mag-i A permit was issued ed to help deliver tlie meals. jstraie's court. I to Custom Engines and Parts He will continue to Iw re-1 Ltd. for an addition to the 1 Most often, the client is elder- pencils who wish and wishes to have the to contribute 'a few hours each mandcd in custody until a date building at 1605 3rd Aye. S._ ills on a eonliiiuiiij; basis. month to assist mny leave their can be set for a preliminary i Nine permits totalling "i-xtcnded lianlcs v-''th llrs- fte'd at 327- hearing. High School rnd a member of the Lethbridge Community College board of governors. Chairman for Uie meeting will be Ralph Thrall. The public is invited. ed resificr.is soulh of Scenic Drive v.liu-'e children use the car (o leased from hospitals. The con- fronl hospital and who were de- ,sen.sus was that a need existed rcquircs ,his help for a we.' and should he md. A volun- or cannot have the noines. but Ihev too oiten Donaiions were received from cents to SI.50. No meals are offered free, as fnr themselves, cither because and memberships in'the society the sen-ice is not a welfare pro- it was too much trouble or be- were sold. blrt an ald cause thev couldn't get out to Additional funds were raised peop'f are helped to keep shop. through a bake sale held by in- healthy and independent. This often led to ill health or [crested citizens, and a garden In return for this sen-ice, deficiency diseases, so a pro- party sponsored by the cxecu- they must assume some rcspon- gram was instituted whereby, tire, Since the service began sibility financially, for a small fee. these people and clients started paying for Meals are catered by the could receive a hot. balanced meals, the input and output of Marquis Hotel. Each dav the meal Monday through Friday, financing the service has been' menu changes but always in- The idea proved popular and about even. eludes soup, an entree such as was later adopted by cities in In the first year of operation1 chicken, beef or fish, and vege- this has amounted to about tables and dessert. There is no provision to date for persons is not may require special diets. Each morning at n a.m. a corps of couriers and drivers arrive at the hotel's kitchen to deliver the meals. Mrs. E. C. Reid, the co-ordinator. ha s a list of 120 volunteers who de- liver on a rotating basis. (til IIYIV mil These people have found that pKIUUl.J ClUUflf, Ull ltUJ the sen-ice fills more than one purpose. Clients look forward Canada which in turn, expand- ed the ser.ice to meei the par- ticular needs of the people in The Meals service their communities. open to everyone or anyone A steering committee of the who may feel inclined to take Unemploymeut Insurance ty clause on icay out jobs without justification is on its way out. W. F. '.Bill i Larson. VIC Al- berta supervisor of information semccs the six-weelc waiting period will be replaced by a three-ueck penally period in the new year. However, collecting unem- ployment benefits isn't quite as simple as it used to bo. must make a point of getting a separation slip Lethbridge Community Col-1 slant lee Council in order to which lists actual 11C conlri- iepl, students will continue the! reach homes which were not butions if they want tre money door-tiMlitor blitz for the In-. revered last night. Dr. Jim Bole, chairman of the frslant lee Council said canvassers collected on i Mr.nday night. He said they had hoped for 515.000 and possibly conference phone and telex connection tasks for them such as deiiver- wiih all other major centres to i ing messages or mailing their help expedite any claim prob- letters, lem. In the coining year more cli- Instant Ice blitz picks up drive will continue Student they arc: cnliUrfl !o. ho sain. Speaking to riUcnd- mf5 the or" Alberta Provincial 'ounnl 1.1 Carpenters in Lethhridpe rV stressed 'I'cf' importance p r o c u r i n g l.hesc! separa- tion slips and turning thorn in uilh your application for bene- fits Jan. 1, 1972." "A claim starts, and is effec- tive, from the Sunday in the week of which a person ap- plies.' Mr. Larson said. The L" I C now opi-rates a claimant .'issBiance program to help the Iwnefit applicant help. eni student himself to U.-comr ed. 'Die program rlainMnts to iORSKfS MOBILE HOMES LTD, 542 13th ST. NORTH PHONE 328-1151 Bringing you the very best in mobile home living at the lowest possible prices! !4'x68' 3 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME is now on display at 542 13th St. N. This beautiful Safeway mobile home features 3 bedrooms utility room, kitchen, bathroom, with bath and shower. Comes fully furnished including drapes and can be yours NOW FOR ONLY ERNIE KOVACS GENERAL MANAGER Iiei e About 10 delegates from the four western prov- ince-. will be in this th'ir mail wfrkcnd for a two-day west-: Tho foU, ,ho rvicc confer- v.ould reach that amount, when the door-to-fioor blitz is ccin- t pleted. Mr. Hole said people arc gu- ing a ''fantastic response." [Ie also nicntic-Tiwl that those win) were not. home would polf-afldrewed envelope, in If you're thinking of Mobile Home Living drop in to Siclorsky's at 542 13th St. North and see the many other models we have on display. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to p.m. Saturday. KARL WUDE SMES EXECUTIVE hopes to reach is This n mount, Mr, Bolo said would delegations will be made up of pled cos ;tl-o directs "P treasurers and business businesses ard 'llier agencies frfini the in- tinns. vvhere tiiey may find re-env stilui.ions and finances will be j cr assistance, said Mr. Larson.' The four-year-old organiza- i Jim Bate is the Hon is involved in financing of j TIC manager and cJaimant as-j many student nct.ivil.ios includ-1 The plantings s Stance, officer, he said ing European auto lours and reared yearling trout in Ontario The office has. charier aii plane, flighl.s. iwalers in include 1, "an adequate inquiry slaff who The University of TxMJv j trout. break trout, will look after local inquiries, hridpe. Union is rainbow trout and even though all thts files arc i ing the confe-iT-ticc. j splakc. nunn PLANTKH The plar.tiiigs of Wo are also the distributor for: Brentwood, Emperor, Red Carpet, Jupiter, Aquarius, and Nassau Mobile Homes. MOBILE HOMES LTD. 542 13th St. N., lethbridge Phone 328-1151 If Sidorsky's Can't Sell For Less Then Who Can? RALPH THOMPSON SAtES EXECUTIVE ;