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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? Special reduced senior citizen and youth farqs ivatlaula on Air Con a da, CP Air and Time Air. Also now reduced fares to Europe available August 10th; when you plan to travel cull BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Phone 328-3201 326-6858 PERSONALIZED SERVICE-NO EXTRA COST The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lellibridge, Alberta, Tuesday, August 4, 1970 PAGES 9 TO 16 J err y A. E. CROSS ''Ph otograp See Mm new Instumatlc Cam oral with Flash that does not need batierios Flash failure a thing of the past. v r t r- Probation Services Under New Department GAME FARM ATTRACTIONS This young monkey and the coyote family are among the firs) residents of the game farm operated by Dr. C. D. Stewart that opened during the weekend. Although the official open- 'ing won't be held until next year, Dr. Stewart decided to allow visitors on a voluntary donation basis this year. One of the features qf fhe farm is the domestic animals section with horses, ducks and geese. Larger wild animals native to Alberta will be brought in later. The form is about two miles south of the city, south on 43rd. St. U of L Lecture Series Holiday Opening With tlie recent change-over of responsibility for services lor juvenile cilemlers from tlie Attorney General's department (o the department of .ocial development, the Leth- iridgc regional office will now supervise probation services for Lne area, including the city. Cameron Bracken, regional social development director said recently that in prepara- tion for the take-over, liis de- partment held severl. plan- ning meetings with local police officials and police detach- ments in the district. With the new plan, there will be a r'eal need for good foster homes where concerned par- ents will help the department to rehabilitate these young people, Mr. Bracken said. Mr. Bracken said tlie de- partment believes tliat juvenile delinquency results from a va> riety of personal, social and cir- cumstantial factors, and in- dividual citizens and communi- ties must work toward correct- ing situations which encourage delinquency. "Under this new Mr. Cameron said, "we will be ltd hc'lp in our program. Juve- looking for different ways to j nile delinquency is a total corn- involve people in the commun-! munity concern and for effec- ity. Churches, volunteer or-itive results we naturally need business and in-'the support of the entire com dustry, all will be encouraged i munity." Chamber One-Thir Gets Under Way Tonight Way It and Teaching" will be the sub- ject tonight for the opening lec- ture three-part summer isession series at the University of Jjethbridge. The lecture, to start at p.m. in the Kate Andrews lec- ture theatre, will be given by Dr. C. M. Galloway, associate professor of the college of edu- cation at Ohio State University and: author of tile pamphlet, Teaching is Communicating: Nonverbal Language in the Classroom. Dr. Galloway, a member of the tl.S. national commission for teacher education in the association of supervision an curriculum development, ha visited more than 40 America and Canadian universities lee hiring on his work on nonvei bal communication. All three lectures In th U of L series, the first to b presented in the university' summer sessions, are open fa the public. Dr. .Franklin Parker, W e s Virginia University's Benedum professor of education, will de- liver the second lecture Tliurs day, also at in the Kate Andrews building, on educa tional problems in developini A researcher into educa 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS Wf HAVl: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CABS PRII INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND SSTIMATES ALL AT HMUTE UFFUER Phone 328-8134 6th Avenue Soulh CONTACT SPORTS R 3C are most important. However, if a person is injury prons o protective elastic bandage or a special support could cut down on the chancai of gcllins hurt. Of course prompt medical treatment lor any knee injury is n must. LOVE COSMETICS ARE HERE. IAURA SECORD CANDIES, TOO. MAX FACTOR EYE MAKE-UP AND HAIR CARE GAtORE DRAFFIO DOWNTOWN ROD 3J7-3279 niSPENSARY _ OfORGt tional systems in Europe, Africa and North America, his Brings Fine Macleod's Family Shopping Centrte in Letlibridge was finec Birdseye Has Top Heref ords Birdseye Ranch of Cardston, iwned by Don Hanson, exhibit- ed _grand champion and reserve :hampion Hereford females ind also won the group of four lass at the annual livestock how during Klondike Days in Edmonton. The total Hereford entry, 199 ras a large increase over the .W9 mark of 120 head. istrate's court this morning for an infraction of the city': store-closing bylaw. The charge against the store lecture will centre on a com-1 S5. plus court costs, in mag- parison of education in Zambia in Africa and the Appalachian area in the U.S. Dr. William Beckel, the U of L's acting president, -will speak Aug. 12 on the present and future plans for the devel- opment of the Letlibridge uni- versity. Dr. Beckel will use a display of the model of project one for the new West Lethbridge cam- pus during his talk. More Visit Waterton Tliis Year COMPUTE CARPir AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. 3. Ph. 327-5454 :LIFF BLACK, R.D.T., C.D.M. [JBLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BIDS. Open Saturdays Evenings by Appointment PHONE 327-2822 R. AKROYD uc PLUMBING-HEATING and GASFITTING 3434 21st Ave. S. For New Installations and Alterations Phono 328-3106 FREE ESTIMATES QUALITY DRY CLEANING AT NO EXTRA COST BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS-TAILORS .117 10th Street South PHONF. 337-577! Rain Sunday which Inter- rupted the long weekend of fine weather did not deter visitors to Waterton Park. T. L. Ross, superintendent of the park stated today that while figures have not been compiled as yet, it would ap- pear that the civic holiday weekend will prove to be ?eak weekend for visitors to :he park. "In spite of the rain Sunday, our campgrounds were running o Mr. Ross said, 'and we had to use the Maskinonge area." Mr. Ross said that visitors for tlie 1970 period exceeded those over last year by a con- siderable number. "In July alone we had more cars register than in July he said. This represented some more visitors. Church Hall On Agenda For MFC A 12-suite apartment and a church hall are among the iteir.s on the agenda for tlie Municipal Planning Commis- sion when it meets1 Wednesday. Challenger Investments Ltd. will request permission to nuild the apartment at 1907 Lakemount Blvd. Tire church hall, at 3611 'For- estry Ave., is to be built by tlie Hompa Buddhist Church. Also on tlie agenda are a re- quest for an illuminated fascia sign, from Fiorino Construc- a single family family residence. was laid by city police after it had remained open Monday, a civic holiday. The reason for the store re- maining open during the holi- day have not been spelled But. Local Macleod's personnel would make no comment, say- ing any information would have to come from tlie firm's Winnipeg office. Pensioners Convention Wednesday The annual convention of the Alberta Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will bo held in the city Wednesday, Aug. 5, and not Aug. 8, as had >een announced. Registration starts at a.m. in the Eagles Hall. Ray Speaker, minister of so- cial development for the prov- ince will be the featured speak- er at the convention. Others to appear at the con- vention include Mayor Ander- son, MLA John C. Landeryou, Deane Gundlock MP, A. A. Neddow of Fort Macleod, trea- surer of the national organiza- tion, C. Bracken, local admin- istrator for provincial social services and Mrs. D. Mac- donald, provincial president. Delegates will be taken on a touf of the city at a.m. The Lethbridge Chamber ot Commerce Howdy Neighbor trip scheduled for Sept. 15 and 16 is about one third .sold out. I chamber manager Will Downs said Tuesday. Tile fee for the trip in- cludes overnight 'lodging, food. train and bus tickets and tour accommodations. "The charter Dayliner v.lil; leave the CP Rail 'station atj a.m. Sept. 15 and arrive i in Cranbrook for' a luncheon and tour of the city." said Mr. I Bowns. I "There will be a reception j that night and fhe tour will j head for Fernie the next morn- j ing." The Wednesday schedule in- cludes a luncheon with the i Fernie chamber, a bus tour to Kaiser Resources Ltd., dinner with the Pincher Creek cham- ber and the return trip to Leth- bridge. "Since the number of seats on the Dayliner is limited, any interested people should con- tact the chamber office as soon as possible to ensure a ticket For the trip." said Mr. Bowns. RESIDENTIAL COOLING SYSTEMS CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-338J MAKE US YOUR ONE-STOP FOR SUMMER HEALTH NEEDS fIRST AID KITS VITAMINS Insect Repellents Sun Tan Lotions, etc. Sunglasses Deodercmts, etc. Let us Fill Your Prescriptions Before Going Away on Holidays! McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3RD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-3555 ALSO OPERATING WATERTON PHARMACY LOCATED IN WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK mother TAKE HOME FISH CHIPS NEW HOURS Mm. and Tufls. 4 to 8 p.m. Wed. thru Sun. a.m. lo 8 p.m. 3616 12th Avenue South Phone 32J.839J BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS Served Daily from 11 a.m. Westwinds Dining Room "Half-Way House" Lounge WE INVITE AND WELCOME MONTHLY CHARGE ACCOUNTS Leltibridge's Favorite Place to Eat! ven s FAMILY RESTAURANT 1715 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE, SOUTH PHONE 328-7756 1st Mary- Picnic Area Is Closed The owner of the land at Si, Mary riverbottom southwest of Lcthbridge has announced the closing of the flats area used for picnics because of the fire hazard being extremely high. Fear of grass fires and the resulting loss of winter graz- ing for cattle brought tile de- cision to close the area. The New look of Chinook "OFFICE FURNITURE SHOWROOM" offering o complete selection of office furniture for every taste and budget CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. SALE ON BELIED FLEETWOOD PREMIUM 78' PASSENGER TIRES The New Low Profile "78" Dimension 20% extro tread widlh Ireod depth Dual svhitcwall E78xM ONLY F78xl4 ONLY ONLY All other sizes available 29.40 3085 LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. 1902 2nd Ave. South Phone 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" ;