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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH! Hcivc ci Family Ro-Unlon This Chriilmas. Bring your fcimilics from Britain and Europe to Cunuda on Iho Low Winter 22 45 duy oxcuriion fare. for [oscrvatiom and infarmuliori conlatl ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAOE MAU PHONE 338.3201 The Ictltbndge Herald SECOND SKCTION KC, Alberta, Monday, August 14, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 22 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you have a spare pair glaitcl for holiday There are many places to go for help in city Jly MAIU-ENTK COOKSI1AW Herald Slnff Writer Put yourself in one ot these posi- tions: You're preg- nant, unmar- ried and don't know what to rlo about, your baby or whether you want lo huvu il. Where do you go for help? You're a student, :md you've let yourself he liUkcd into buying loo many things you can't afford. You simply haven't enough money to pay your debts and your rent toy. Whal ob placement program. Financial assistance is also provided to anyone who, lo- calise of age, or physical or mental incapacity, is unable to support himself. Single parents and people undergoing rehabilitation re- ceive his lype of help, as well as the guardians of chil- dren who receive no parental support, Anyone temporarily unable to support himself or herself can also receive financial as- sistance from the depart- ment. Institutions a r e licenced and their standards main- tained by the department, An institution is legally regarded as a place where more than three children are maintain- ed. Sifton House, 523 Stafford Drive, is under the depart- ment's supervision. S i f t o n House is a receiving home for the temporary placement of neglected, abandoned or de- linquent children. They range In age from birth to !ato teens, Other institutions include children's homes, day care and playschools. Counselling is most Irc- quently-used service. "Our social workers relate easily and well to said Mr. Bracken. "We don't sou counselling as just lec- turing it is a helping re- lationship with another per- son, "The worker will help tho person lo examine all pos- sibilities and help him to make a rational decision one which he can live with." An appointmenl can be made by telephone at 327-4501 during office hours Monday lo Friday. A social worker is on call 24 hours a day, and may be reached by telephon- ing Ihe police station at 323- 4444. JEWEL IN THE FOREST Tho infinite patterns of Ihe sun's reflections, through trees, off a river, sparking n raindrop, provide photographers an equally infinite variety of shots. Lale aflernoon, looking across College Mercury puncture victim the Oldman River )h rough the trees in Indian Bnlllo Park, the sun saw Herald photographer Bill Grocnon and gave its best. Alberta agriculturists move to LCC campus Ily NIC SWIHAHT Herald Staff Writer The southern Alberta, region- al office for the Alberta de- partment of agriculture will re- .ocalc in new premises the Lethbrtdge Community College campus by the end of August. An agreement signed by the college and the provincial de- iiarlmcnt of public works will j give the department of agricul- ture use of square feet of office space in the Science Building. Included m Uie agreement is square feet of laboratory facilities for the provincial de- partment of the environment. The regional office for the ADA is responsible for the op- eration of all the district of- fices in the region. For this rea- son, he Lethbridge district of- fice, which had been in the same building but opcralitTg in- dependently of regional office, will remain in the Provincial Building. Murray McLclland and Rog- er Moore, district agriculturists for Lethbridge and Warner counties, wilt continue to oper- ate as other district offices in their present facility. Bartman, Shieh happens lo .sound like Russia as well, Wcalherman Bill Mathesnn, Ivy chops t icks, is Mea Fa shine, which suggests that It is "impossible lo believe1' him. Oli-oli, there cornea Mao the Her- ald publisher. Clco Mowers' Chinese name means nothing else but "Mao 'Hie Ihe community services advi- sory committee arc approved by city council, six organiza- tions will get a share of Twelve groups have requesletl a total S-H.HlfO in assistance. T li c Viclorian Order of Nuires, Canadian Mental El o a 11 h Association, Native Friendship Society, IxMhbrirtge Symphony, Regional Science Fair ;'.nd YMCA re- ceived positive recommenda- tions from the committee. Council will also consider a request from (he cify manager lhat n census scheduled for this fall be delayed nnlii next spring. In a Idler lo council, City Manager Tom Nulling said a census in September, winch would be the second Ihis year, would n "waste of IJme, ef- fort and money." Other items on Ihe, ahhrovl- nled ngenda include: Retarded can be educated The mentally retarded can be educated. The mildly retarded (hose who have no more than 25 per cenl mental impairment normal intelligence can suc- ceed in school work up lo Grade 6, according to the I-eth- bridge and District Association for the Mentally Retarded. They represent 83 per cent of all mentally retarded or 25 out of 30. They can be taught to he fairly self-supporting. Another ]3 per cent or four out of every 30 are moder- ately retarded, With proper schools and sheltered work- shops, they can become self- supporting to some degree. Only ono child in every SO menially retarded is severely retarded and needs life-long nursing. The second floor will be used by the 29-member regional staff for the department of agriculture. Included in the building will be offices for Ihe regional economists and engi- neers, farm management tech- nicians, animal industry super- visor and specialists and plant industry supervisor and spe- cialists and the cooperative sendees supervisor. The land management branch will also be located on the second floor. The laboratory facilities for the department ot the environ- ment will be located on the tturrl floor. The Provincial Building office space will be taken up by expansion from other de- partments of the provincial government offices in Leth- bridge. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Sthwartz BWg. 222 5th St S. 328-4095 LOOK! Our Complete Stock Of Melnor Oscillating Sprinklers ALL SIZES 10% off! CALL HARDWARE 327-5767 DOWNTOWN a brief, to be submitted to the Energy Resources Conser- vation Board hearings ncxl week, predicting the amount ol electrical power the city wil" need each year for next .10 yea rs; a resolution by Alderman Vaughan Hembroff to ban all outdoor burning of "refuse of j any n resolution by Aid, Vern j Ferguson to have the Alberta U r b a n Municipalities Asso-1 ciation request the provincial government to change the term of an alderman's office to two years from three. The meeting begins a! in council chambers ami is! open to the public. AIR CONDITIONING Alton Refrigeration Lid. For the best buy in AIT Conditioning Phone 327-5816 CHALLENGING POSITION In Progressive Professional Office awaits enthusiastic mature woman who enjoys work- ing with people. Good ilarting salary. Increases with individual growlk Answer Immediately to Box 105, Lerhbridge Herald AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Regular Tuesday Evening Sale August 15th-6.30 p.m. 12 ft. SAILBOAT wilh 2 sails, Mainsail and jrb Rubber dinghy with life jackets (2) and oars Air conditioner, small pool table, Marconi radio, TV, record combinalion; 1 boys bikes, 8 drawer chest, 2 baby ;ribs, high chair, Tent, clccfric moior, car seal, baby car- rier, mix master push 4 excellent display racks, logging chain oil suction pump, rugs, chairs, wringer ivashcrs, 3 new hoy knives, large so I eel ion of electric snd gos I own mowers, boxes of miscellaneous hardware items balhtub end loilef. Shell 1-UtiJity Trailer 1-1954 Fargo half ton truck 1-1960 Willis Cab Over haff ton 4x4 A r bo rite (4 Ken more por fable electric healer, garden tools, hoses, manglet, fridges and ranges, vacuum rleancfj, chcsterfiefcls and chairs, lamps, desk and 2 choirs, Hoover spin dryzr and washer, many more items too numer- ous To list. 50cc Motor Biko 80cc Motor Mini bjko NEXT SATURDAY, AUGUST 19rti MAMMOTH 400 ITEM ANTIQUE AND BYGONE SALE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N. Auctioneer: BILL HOPE-lie. 845 REED HAWTHORNE Sales ;