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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE lETHBRiDGc HEKAID Wednesday, November 10, 1971 Police Maeguard is Barbers1 preside nl j. S, Mt' Members of the Hnre Krishna movement seek converts in Lethbridge Hare Krishna followers in city Jorgeri M.weaard of Leth- hridge ha.-. !urn named presi- dent 'if A'hcna Barber As- sociation for '.he Ii'72 term. Other Lcthhndce hair stylists ception named t members of the Hare' backed into a nearby door and Calgary) for about three weeks and they're heading back to home base in Vancouver soon. The message they have is the Much of the explanation of i Krishna consciousness concept. Krishna movement arrived in closed it behind her. Others LelhbridRe Tuesday. seemed willing to talk and lis- One the group said the re- ten in the city to city to their executive are teachings had hern but1 the group's philosophy wa: vice-presi- the seven planned to leave ill the general hubbub n I Ireland, recording Tuesday night. i hallway. Enso Raced a. j They are not Jesus freaks; at least they have no official be represent- i connection any Christian ed at the Canadian national hair religion However they are jlylinT competition by Mr. Mae- i closely related in their work. Kaard, He is one of'the judges Like the .Jesus people, they are spreading the word. In their case, they are pro- motinp Krishna consciousness. Officially it's t'ufi International Society for Krishna Conscious- ness. They attempted to get I through to the students at the i University of Leihbridge. but i left Li the middle of tiie after- noon to try the l.ethbridge lost the tarian, and any person may be- come a believer, regardless of his religion. Their society was founded in 19C6 by His Dive Grace A. C. Thev are dedicated to awaken- j Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhu- West Castle to open Dec. 4 all or- j ganizcd ski clubs to enquire about Sjiccial group rates. __ The ski season ill swilk'rn ski llrkcts will AluiM'la oflk'ially sliirt Dec. able. 4 with the cpmiiif! of Wc-i I He also encouraged Ca.sllc HcTreatioii Resort. Kedoit managw Dan McKim sakl extensive trail grooming hail been completed b-Mi.o first snowfall and iin intensive program of preparation for the approaching season was under way. West CasUc resort has three ski lifts whicb sen'c .six trails, avcil- West Caslle fiLfi'ea'.ion Re- sort is located 211 miles south- east of I'incher Creek, and is about a two-hour drive from Lcthbridgc. one beginners' open slope, sev- Cliicliesler tenders apology for remarks on TCASA C. W. CluchcEter declined to years as president of the asso- comment Wednesday on a de- et'al thousand feet of ski area of above-timberline and one lodge facilities include Uon of Southern Alberta, rooms for 23 to .10 persons, mand for an apology to direc- tors and management of t h e Travel and Convention Associa- dining room, snack bar, lounge, dormitory and lunch area and a ski shop. Accommodations also include cabins for as many as 30 per- sons. Each cabin has a private bath, a kitchen-type sink and electrical plug-ins for small cooking appliances. Mr. McKim said the resort will have a fully-staffed ski school and group rates for les- sons, lodge accommodations Peter Hale, a director for tho association, proposed a motion at TCASA's meeting Tuesday asking Mr. Chichesicr for a public apology. He said Mr. Chichcster had made detrimental comments at the annual meeting Oct. 18 about the controls of the asso- ciation with reference to the large deficit TCASA now has. "The inadequate controls Mr. Chichester is speaking of during which time a De- ficit of was reduced to said Mr. Hale. Mr. Hale suggested that Mr. CfoThcf.tcr as president last year, should have made the controls work for the organiza- tion as they had done in the pant. TCASA's present deficit Is More than ens-third of it can be attributed to the with- drawal of a part of a provin- cial grant. The motion for an apology wss passed without dissent by the 22 directors at the meeting. were in effect during my three I Nine did not attend. will Stores open this afternoon in contravention of bylaw increase Failing to appear in Leth- bridge magistrate's court to an- swer a voluntary traffic sum- mons will become costly. "Anyone who doesn't come in on a voluntary payment may expect to pay considerably Some chain stores in UK city which remained open this af- ternoon did so illegally and are liable to prosecution under the city's existing closing bylaw. Several stores will be mak- ing submissions to city council opposed the proposed new clos- ing bylaw. One chain store manager said the proposed by- law is discriminatory in that it and their personal The group has been in Al- i evangelism. ing'ihe public through books pada, who came from India. j more than when they do come brand ef' They are gentle people, quiet in." said Judge L. W. Hudson, but dedicated to making people A voluntary traffic summons on the Canadian master judg- ing panel. The competition will be held at Winnipeg Nov. 14 and 15. Cattle prices unrealistic Community College. i most southern A'.bcrtans. Present prices being paid for Setting up in the main hall.! But there are a great many feeder cattle are ac-1 ,ncjr cnantmgi i women to whom the same berta (mostly Edmonton and I Their philosophy is non-sec-i aware of their message. Women's lialf-way house becoming close to reality is issued for all minor traffic infracticn.s not involving an ac- Included allows drug stores, service sta- says. The best thing the city could do, he said, L, throw out the bylaw and let all stores work oiit their own hours. While six full days of opening plus two nights of late shopping Is suf- ficient now, shopping patterns may change in five years or so and "we'll have to go through mess all over this whole igain." lions and lumber yards to set i City council is sclreduled to their own hours of operation i discuss the proposed closing but sets down the hours de- i bylaw in a closed session Mon- partment stores and food stores i day. may open. i It was By RUDY HAUGENEDER i tablish a half-way house for Staff Writer j women with a sincere desire to The words Merry Christmas. change their way of life to bring smiles to the faces of' something more useful. In order to establish a worn- cordiliC 10 Don Ch.sholm. first; nlcmber, dis.ri: vice president o; t.'ie western Sloe-; Grovrers' buted literature, talked with ni' people and sold incense. (In- He rense sales provide their main means of support, they said-) operators cattle for j watch and listen. Many simply With Christmas less than six cents per walked on bv. One girl, ap- weeks away the Committee for one o? the group, Rosalta House is trying to es- these prices are going to lose i About 40 to! ton- life, money. Anyone paying pound for 700 pound yearlings with an average feeding opera- r tion will have to set 34 cents a pound or better when he sells them in February or March. "With the current economic situation and the possibility of U.S. fat cattle moving into Canada during the winter, there would to be very little chance of our market at that time being much present he said. "As far as calves are con- cerned, operators will have a longer period over which to suitable location are found, will be called Rosalta House. By speaking to many people and groups the committee will explain the role a half-way en's rehabilitation centre con- nouse can play. siderable amounts of money are required. To gain the financial support It was not known this after- He said liis store will be open noon whether charges would be every Wednesday afternoon, re-! laid against the stores which cident. Included in the volun- j Of wnaf the new bylaw were open. tary payment offences speeding up to 20 m.p.h. over Ihe post, speed limit, failure to yield and failure to stop at a stop sign. "Non-appearance creales un- due work and expense for ihe court, the court clerks and the said the judge. The voluntary payment sum- mons is issued as a con- venience to the motorist who lias committed a minor traffic infraction. He is given the choice of mailing Ihe fine to the court, or appearing on a pre- House, savs too manv women words bring great sorrow. They are the women who due _ to alcohol, dnigs, or criminal the Rosalta House Committee jn southern Alberta suffer be- backgrounds do not live a use-..... ful sell-respecting or satisfac- Mies Wagenaar, chairman of'd dav t cvj. the committee for Rosalta denccsand pjcad The voluntary payment scheme has been in effect in Construction starts Nov. 17 on townliouse rental project B and H Homes of Calgary i Persons with incomes less has received a loan requires for their project they cause they have no place i since are approaching the federal, where they can straighten out provincial, municipal and re- i fnpjr jjve.s. If a person does not pay the from Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation for con- struction of 16 townhouse ren- tal units at Cassino St. and 28th St. S. The project consists of seven three bedroom and nine two- bedroom units each with full base ment, refrigerator and stove. A spokesman for B and H Homes said construction will j ffa in stance. Opportunities for programs should continue serve band governments for as- j Not only do they suffer in- i appoinled- 'dav (he case is set i credible mental anguish but over for a wcpk and a sum. mons is sent out. If the summons is ignored I and the person does not ap- pear in court a warrant is is- begin Nov. 17 and should be i u" __j.. r_ U-. ji.- regional The Alberta Students' Asso-1 provincial bove i ciation plans to ask the federal: rather than on the federal level, government to continue the Op- j The association will forward portunities for Youth program, i several recommendations to There has been sorra specula- i both the federal and provincial ticn that the student summer j governments and to chambers j recoup their very high outlay, i employment program will be i UlCetlll0' During the next few cionths i frequently have no food or the committee will conduct an I to live decently, extensive campaign to collect! As a result many women are money. forced to live in utter de- They will speak before j gradation, aborting the groups of citizens and organi-1 lished moral code just to sur- zaiions to explain the need of I vivc. I a half-way house and how it j The provincial department of S will effect the women utilizing social development has indi- basis i cated it will provide Rosalta The centre, once Kinds and a House with a grant of S4 per I dny per woman treated. ready for rental by the middle of March, 1972. The units will be rented on a restricted income basis. than per year will be al- lowed to rent a two bedroom They may stay in the townhouse as long as their income does not exceed per year. Tire upper income limit for persons renting a three bed- room unit will be at the time of rental with an allow- able increase to Monthly rental for the subsi- dized units will be for a two bedroom and for a three-bedroom townhouse. Total cost of the project is but even so, I consider that j ditched, but the federal govern- niany people buying at prevail- j ment has not made a decision prices will get hurt." on the future of the program. He blames the present im- balance in the cattle business on the grains policy of the fed- eral government with unrealis- tic policies adopted two years Delegates from various post- secondary institutions through- out the province attended a three-clay student employment I conference recently to discuss student employment problem and what the association feels can be done situation. to alleviate ths Fridav The Committee for Rosalta House will meet at the Sale of postage stamps, pos-' bridge Friendship Centre up- Postal business The federal department of Indian affairs has promised S7 i per day per treaty Indian wo- man. Women and girls from all backgrounds will he considered for admission to Rosalta House, but only those with a sincere desire to be rehabili- tated will be accepted. Tho committee will meet to discuss fund raising projects on Friday at 11 p.m. at the sued for bis arrest. When he is located he is arrested and taken to court in police custody. Only nine of the 32 persons called in court Tuesday morn- ing wc-re there to answer. The judge increased tiie fines Canadian poets at U of L Three Canadian poets will He is recognized as the initia- read from their own works at j tor of the modem idiom in the University of LetMnidge Canadian poetry, Nov. j Elizabeth Brewster, born in The evening of poetry is part of six persons Tuesday wha fail- j Of a tour by F. R. Scott, Eliza- ed to appear in court last week i Brewster and Douglas Bar- N'ew Brunswick, is now living in Edmonton where she is work- ing on a novel and a volume of by Sin each and denied them j organized by the League j poems. The most recent of her time to pay i four volumes of poetry is Pas- sage of Summer, completed in ago that caused barley pr'oduc- the student employment situa-1 tage meter settings, and cash stairs at the corner of 5th St. tion to rise more than 50 per ition. receipts for mail posted totalled and 1st Ave. S. at 8 p.m. Fri-1 Lethbridge friendship Centre, cent year over 1970. They said the money provided j S63.685.09 in 1971 compared with day. i 'hc meeting is open to tne He said many grain produc- j by tho federal government for in 1970. ers realize their grain is going Opportunities for Youth pro- to be difficult to sell and are! gram cculd be better utilized buying feeder cattle to use up; if there was no duplication of some of tiie surplus. This could j projects. be disastrous for ihe gram pro- It was also felt the program duccr and the cattlemen. 'should be administered on a Sooter MOBILE STUDIOS ARE BACK TO THE FIRST 500 PHONE CAUS We come right to your home with our Mobile Studio. You get 1-5x7 in natural color tt No extra costs No extra charges for groups FOR ONLY We regret any inconvenience caused by having the wrong phono number in Saturday's edition. Phone 328-6554 For Appointment For additional portraits we have a package doal to meet your needs ot fantactle low pricej. I.CC COURSES The Lethbririge Community College offers 170 day credit courses and 23 night credit courses. Tlie committee will discuss i public, fund raising methods to set up a for women who wish to rehabilitate them- selves. The meeting is to the public. HISTORICAL SOCIETY Meeting.? of the Historical So- I of Canadian Poets and the Can-: ada Council. Poetry readings will start at' ISM. ;S p.m. in Room C-674 on the Of particular interest to j campus, "Tsouthern Alberlans is Douglas j F. R. Scott, one of the found-: Barbnur's The Poem as Long as of the McGUI Fortnightly the Highway, which describes Exotic cuttle snip Saturday Sam Hector's fall round up j Review in 1925, has also served exotic cattle sale will be held as dean of law faculty at Mc- Saturday at his ranch at H.R.; Gil1 e'Sht years as No. 8, 'Calgary, starting at 10 j national chairman of the CCF He has on offer 215 lots in- cluding 34 charolais, 41 Limou- sin, 31 brown Swiss, four Sim- mental and one Welsh Black as well as 92 bred cows and 12 party. the poet's discovery of the Ca- nadian West. Mr. Harbour, a Winnipeg na- tive, now teaches English at the Universitv of Alberta. CORRECTION! OIL OF OLAY advertised in the Lethbridge Herald Monday, Nov. Bth SHOUtD HAVE READ.- g. O 1 Q ailable at SPECIAl I W WESTMINSTER DRUGS LTD. 425 WESTMINSTER SHOPPING CENTRE BOYD'S PHARMACY LTD. ZEftER'S SHOPPING CENTRE SAVE ?0 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFtER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTAILATION 10 MINUTE INSTAtLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES Atl AT IIMUTE UFFLER INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 509 6th Avenuo South ciety of Alberta (Whoop-Up bulls. Country Chapter) are held in Haley Aycock of Fort Mac- the assembly room of the Sir leod also has charolais ani- Aiexander Gait Alu.seum on tne mals on consignment. i fourth Tuesday of each month j Fort Macleod Auction Market at K p.m., April. October through Limited is in charge of the sale, with auctioneer Ken Hurlburt. EL.ECTROHOME WITH COLOR TV "ANDORRA" COLOR TV bv ElECTROHOME Come In and put )ha touch on an Electro- homo Color TV. FAU TO CHRISTMAS'DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS' BONANZA CONTEST when you visit our itoro. ACTIVE TV S'ERVICE 1238 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-5020 OPEN THURSDAY Tltl 9 P.M. The City Council of the City of tethbridge will en- tertain proposals for submissions to the Province and the Dominion Government under the Federal-focal In- itiatives Programme: Eligibility: 1. ANY ORGANIZED GROUP WHICH HAS A PROJECT THAT CAN BE PUT INTO EFFECT QUICKfY AND Wilt CREATE A MINIMUM OF 30 MAN MONTHS OF WORK. 2. PROJECTS MUST BE NEW IN THAT THEY CONTRIB- UTE NEW EMPLOYMENT IN THE CITY. 3. APPLICANTS MUST USE CANADA AMNPOWER CENTRES IN HIRING UNEMPLOYED WORKERS. 4. PROJECTS MUST CONTRIBUTE TO COMMUNITY BETTERMENT. 5. PROJECTS MUST BE BASICALLY NON-PROFIT. 6. PROJECTS MUST CREATE ADDITIONAf EMPfOY- MENT WITHOUT HAVING INFLATIONERY EFFECT. Objectives: The City Council of the Cily of fethbrtdcje will re- ceive applications up to and until November 12th, 1971. These projects will bo reviewed by a special meeting of council and such projects as seem to com- plement the city's own applications may be submitted on to tho Province and the Federal Government. Be specific outline your projects in detail and file your reports with the City Clerk not later than p.m. on November 12th, 1971. A. C. ANDERSON, MAYOR CITY OF IETHBRIDGE ;