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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday. October 10. 197J County problems grow Recreation costs could double caught by Ihe photographer about to make a left Left Turn sign. The law regarding turning states ,y ..-ffic lane is marked by a traffic control device show- in combination with the words Turn left or Turn Right, a driver lav make only the movement indicated by the traffic control de- OBEY SIGNS This dfiver was turn immediately after passing a No Lett Turn sign. ._. hat, or, a laned highway when a traffic lane is marked by a traffic control device show ng a directional arrow i ravelling in .hat lane may make only t vice at the intersection. This picture is the fifth published in with the 1972 driving campaign, launched by lelhb ridge city police._____________......._______ Police seminar There are many sex quirks Advance poll Saturday An already troubled County Lcthbridgc recreation pro- am has hit with a re- ucst for a near-100 por cent idget increase. Councillor Steve Slemko of onldale suggested only half in st Thursday that the county ompletely withdraw its sup- orl of recreation. The council currently conlri- ules about to recreation i county organized out of of- icss at Coaldale and Pictire Suite. Representative.'! of recreation ioants in the north and south rent recreation are "spread too thin" and that money would be better spent on larger programs in major centres. Councillor Sic ink a said that rural people just don't take ad- vantage of recreation offerings and are unwilling to pay to- ward programs. Mr. Slemko said it is almost entirely "tern kids" who use the swimming pool at Coaldale, for instance. "The farmers don't bring Iheir kids to town to swim In the pool. Town parents on ths othor hand, don't even know where their kids are a simple matter of he said. avail- County involved in lawsuit A suit was to be filed in the Supreme Court of Alberta in Calgary today claiming tlie ections ol the county present i! council witli a brief recom- mending the county share bo raised to close to a year. TABLED Council tabled the report to its i STov ember meeting. Organization of recreation In the county has been criticized on the grounds that boards In i he north and the soutli cannot get along. Activities in communities north of the Olclman River are run by a recreation director stationed at Picture Buttc, while recreation in areas south of the Oldman River are run by a director in an office at Coal- dale. SINGLE BOARD The county council has served notice in writing to both groups that unless recreation is brought under a single board by the end of the year, the county will withdraw its support. The meeting ThursBay was also told that the town of Bar- ons has served notice that un- less the "majority" of money contributed from that commun- ity is spent in the Barons area, County of Le'hbridge in granting Allan Collins of Lcth- The coxmtry vote in September its development granted Mr. Collins a develop- ment permit. bridge "permission to establish Mr. Collins has proposed to a campground half-a-inile south-! establish a 12-acre campground east of the city. to include 75 trailer stalls and Sewage system for Coalliurst? A ECX offence Is different! from other crimes, as the sex offender is driven by strange inner compulsions, unexplain- able irrges and fierce desires, law enforcement officers were told at a sex crimes seminar Thursday. The motivating elements which influence abnormal sex relations Include sadism, maso- chism and sado-masochism, ac- cording to instructors Tom Zoellers and Harold Vogelsang of the FBI, Butte, Mont. Sadism, which accounts tor a substantial number of sex crimes, can bo divided Into symbolic sadism, non-sexual de- fi'lement of women, aggressive cruelty to women, sadism with children, sadistic acts with ani- mals, homosexual sadism, mu- tilation of the dead as In necro- philia and lust murder. Topics covered are cornpre- ehnsive. A paper on lesbians for instance, lists the reasons for female homosexuality as: Lust, profession, necessity o fear, compulsion, inhibition, se: preference, masculine desir for power and authority, frigic ity, fear of pregnancy, parenta influence, physical trauma or shock, pertinent employments which give opportunity for such ctivities, frustrations, seduc- on by professional lesbians, ascination by lesbians and de- Siibdivisions approved sire to experiment, alcoholism, fear of adult responsibility and desire to defy legal authority. Other types of sexual abnor- malities discussed include: complex, which is ag- gressive rivalry between broth- ers and-or sisters for the affec- tion of parents. wliich is the j Impulse to steal without econo- mic necessities. 1 a high valua lion of one's own bodily quail ties, or self-love. complex, the sex desire of the son for the mother. the use of chil- An advance poll for those who will be unable to vole Oct. 30 will be held in the Lethbridge riding Saturday and Monday. Polls will be open from 9a.m. to 9 p.m. at three station! in get." it will also withdraw from counts' recreation programs. Reeve Dick Papwcrth said the criticism most often heard is that "the rural areas are pay- ing for a service they don'l dren as sexual objects. which controllable "impulse things afire. Three residential subdivisions ,n the city were approved by the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission Thurs- day. Seven lots were created from 1.4 acres on 8th Ave. S. be- sexual pleas- tween 21st St. and Mayor Ma-1 ure derived from peeping at dis- grath Drive. I human figures or sexual Eight parcels from 2.4 acres j acts- i act or practice of bloodsucking. The seminar, which began Wednesday at the Lethbridge between Spruce Drive and 20th Ave. S. southwest o! 36th St. were approved. On the north side, 106 lots were- created by subdividing 38.4 acres between 17th and 25th Ave. from 23rd to 28th St. STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 314 city police station, ends today. About 60 persons are attending. New planner the city and five outside Ihe city. In Ihe cily, they are: Paterson Junior High School, 4lh Ave and 15th St. S., for polling divisions 86 to 121; Hamilton Junior High Schoo, 4th Ave. and ISth St. S., polling divisions 122 to 157; Galbralth School, 8th Ave. and 18th St. N., polling divisions 158 to 194. Outside the city, the stations are: a notary public office, 1817 20th Ave., Coaldale, for polling divisions 1 to 17; the public library, Picture Butte, polling divisions 18 to 24 and 28 to the town office, Fort Mac- eod, polling Hivlsions 25, 71 to 73 and 75 to 84; town office, Pincher Creek, polling divisions 51 to 53, 60a, 50b, 61 to 70 and 74 to 85; town office, Cardslon, poll- ,ng divisions 39 lo 50 and 54 to I. The advance poll Is intended mainly for those who have son to believe they will be un- able to vote on election day, are of advanced age or are suffering from, an infirmity. The hainlel of Coalliurst, four miles northwest of Lelhbridge, appears heading for a plebis- ite and a spring start on con- traction of a sewage system and improvements to its water ystem. The County of Lethhridge Thursday received a report from C. Neufeld and Associates Ltd., engineers, that said the vater and sewage plan would cost for a ewage system and for mprovements to the water system, SEPTIC TANKS Coalhurst currently has a co- operatively run water system, jut no central sewage system. Most of the hamlets 600 resi- dents are on septic tanks. The Neufeld report suggested that if the county moves fast _ 50 tent spaces on 40 acres ol r over-iuied property he ownes off the road officer and that leads to the Stewart Game Favm. Leo Davidson, who filed, the suit on behalf of himself and five neighbors in the area, said in r.n interview Thursday that he docs not object to Mr. Col- lins' development, but simply to the location. Tlie ccuntry development offi- cer turned down the proposal in August on the grounds that 1 it did not conform to the agri- cultural designation of the avea. EKIIED In his suit, Mr. Davidson con- tends "that the said council cite. Local Authorities Board j erred as to a question of law or approval of money bylaws would jurisdiction in allowing the ap- MORE SERVICE Gordon Luchia, chairman o the north recreation board, ar gucd that the request for more money is to provide more ser rice to the rural areas. Councillor John Murray of Lethbridge suggested that cur the water and sewage work may qualify for federal govern- ment subsidies under a recent- ly announced expanded winter I works program. Councillors felt residents should first be asked their opin- ion on the project in a plebis- also be required. The recommendations in the engineering report were based on a projected future popula- tion of roughly four times the present population. However, population is ex- pected lo increase rapidly once the services are installed. The ,ack of adequate sewer and water has placed a limit on the size lo which the community can grow. Jack Look, president of the Coalhurst ratepayers associa- tion, in an appearance before county council, asked that con- trol of the water system re- main with the 75 members of the users co-op, if possible. Council tabled the engineering report for discussion Nov. IS. lethbridge Where they are The Otdman River Regional Planning Commission has- ap- proved the hiring of a new as- sociate planner. Jim Stendebach was chosen from among 12 applicants to fill the position. Mr. Stendebach, who has worked as a planner for the city of Ottawa for the past year will start with the commission Monday. Keith Hancock, Social Credit, Friday evening canvassing in Lethbridge. Saturday morn- ing running errands, Saturday afternoon at a tea at the Socred committee room, Westmin- ster Plaza, 5th Ave. and 13th St. y. from 1 to 5 p.m. Canvassing in Lethbridge Saturday night. Hal Hoffman, New Democrat, at Centre Village Mall, 13th St. N. from 7 to 9 p.m. today. At Pincher Creek canvasing Sat- urday morning and afternoon At the Lethbridge city police annual hall at Ihe Exhibition Tax rebate The Christian Reformed Church at Iron Springs will re- ceive a 50 per cent rebate worth about on its 1972 taxes to the county of Leth- bridge. Church property, under the Municipal Government ORRPC Pavillion and later at the Okto- jerfest celebration at the Ger- man-Canadian Club, 6th St. and 9th Ave. N. Both events begin at 9 p.m. Saturday. Ken Hurlburt, Conservative, canvassing in the city tonight. Saturday morning in the Gran- um-Fort Macleod area, Satur- day afternoon canvassing ir Lethbridge and Saturday night at home in Fort Macleod relax ing. Andy Russell, liberal, can vassing in Lethbridge tonight In Coaldale Saturday mornlnj and afternoon canvassing. A the police ball at the Exhibition Pavilion Saturday night. 7 houses broken into Thursday Five residential house break- ins in the same area were re- parted in the city Thursday. worth of articles, in- cluding a brief case and.a pipe, vere missing from a private garage at 1809 7th Ave, S. in cash, two lighlers, wo pocket knives and two lashlights were missing at 7th Ave. S. Entry was gained through a basement window. Nothing was missing, bul a house at 619 18th St. S. was ransacked. Entry was through a rear door. was missing from 613 18th St. S. There was no in dication how the culprit or cul prits gained enlry. was missing from 8H 20th St. S. Entry was madi through an unlocked door. Two other house break-ins were reported last nieht in th 100 Hock on 17th St. N. Details were not available al pres time. peal from Ihe decision of the development officer and ap- proving the development appli- cation." II was signed by Mr. David- ion, Gordon Anderson, Ken Hudson, Jay Purnell, Barney Gwatkin and William West, and proposed by Huckvale, Wilde and Krushet, lawyers. Gerry Offet, a lawyer, was to appear on be- half of the county. Hardieville turns on next month Act, qualify lions. lor such deduc- HE BELIEVES IN: SAVING OOR ENVIRONMENT, OUR WORLD A STRONGER WESTERN VOICE KEEPING CANADA UNITED budgets city students to country schools A ceremonial toilet will flushed for the first time n Hardieville in early Novem- >er to mark the official open- ing of the hamlet's new waler and sewage system. County of Lethbridge coun- cil decided Thursday that an official opening would be in order for the new uti- lity designed to serve 150 dwellings. A c'ote for the ceremony Is to be fixed by county secre- tary treasurer Bob MadilJ. Among dignitaries on hand will be county Keeve Dick Papworth and councillor for the area, Steve Slemko. A preliminary operating bud- j get of just under for 1973 was approved in principle by the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission Thurs- c'ny- The estimated expenditures for r.ext year are about 13 per cent higher than the 1972 fig- ure of Afore than two-thirds of the budget, goes toward staff salaries. The money comes from the One solution to the dilemma of the fast-disappearing coun- try sclvxil might be to bus city students to country schools ra- ther than bringing the rural stu- dents to town. This was one comment ex- pressed during a special meet. li provincial planning fund and I Of Women of Unifarm the commission member muni- j Thursday night in Ixithbddge. cipalities. In 1072, Lethbridge i contributed to the fund I and consequently to the opera- j {ion of the ORKPC. VOTE ANDY RUSSELL Flitton concert tonight City students win awards at SAIT Nine Lelhbridge students walked off with on armful of awards at the 19th annual awards dinner of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Calgary Friday. Lethbridge winners were: Hu- bert Fcderkeil, Calgary Power Scholarship; Lynda Garner, Queen Elizabeth'Prize; Richard Grisack, Calgary Herald Schol- arship, Calgary Power Scholar- ship and Queen Elizabeth Prize; Jay Hallman, Hiley's DataShare International Limit- ed Scholarship, Queen Elizabeth Prize: William Kerr, Queen Elizabeth Prize; Gerald Lutwick, J. S. Charles- worth Award, Canadian Manu- facturers' Association Scholar- ship provided by Gulf Oil; j Gloria Pearson, Queen Eliia- [beth Prize; ,Tcry Wiese, Queen LIBERAL HEADQUARTERS 328 6th ST. S. Inserted By LerhbriJge liberal Association PHONE 328-2358 The Linda Gay Flillon con- cert will be held tonight al a o'clock in the Ya'.cs Memorial I Centre. i A native of Vulcan, Miss Flit- ton has since become infenia- lionally known for her enter- tainment through singing, Rui- lar, banjo, piano and lap danc- ing. Tonight's concert, sponsored by (be Lcthbridge liolary Club in conjunction with the depart- ment of culture, youth and rec- realion, will fealure a blend of classical and popular music. Tickets are available at I-ci- ster's Music Ltd., or al tiie hoj i office immediately prior to tlie I performance. The meeting was held to draw public opinion on the Worth Re- port. Seventeen people attended. "Why Is it that country kids are always busid to ask- ed one member of the audience. "Why can't we have some of them brought out to the coun- i Several people expressed con- cern lhat small rural commun- ities are losing a greal deal more than a building when a school closes. In the area of early cduca- ion, it was felt universal kin- dergartens might he loo expen- sive al the present lime and a suggestion was made lhat per- haps the provincial govern- ment might look into Ihe pos- sibility of producing a chil- dren's television program along the lines of Sesame Street. There seemed lo he general support for the Worth proposal that teachers should be certified on a 10-year basis rather than permanently, as is done now. The teacher argument that other professional groups, such as lawyers and doctors, don't have to be recertified every 10 years was discounted. It was pointed out that if a person doesn't like a certain doctor or lawyer he is free to go else- where while a teacher is the j only pvofcssional lo have a cap- tive audience. j The Women of Unifarm meet- j ing was one in a scries to be held throughout Ihe province to Ejjz'abe'tirPrize" Gregory Fnll- encournge public interest and' cri Canadian Structural Clay response lo the Worth Report. I Association Award. As a rcsull of patron RON'S RESTAURANT ANNOUNCES HOURS Mondoy thru Thurs. a.m. to a.m. Friday and Sat. a.m. to a.m. Sun. and Holidays a.m. to p.m. Bookings ore now being accepted (or your Chrislmcu and New Year partial and banquet! For Reservations Phone 328-5666 (3rd Avo. S. across from thn Elks Club) ;