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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? You pay no moro to deal through n travel agent for reservation! mniJs direct with an airline. We can 'Hue your trckoti at no cxlra cost. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAlt PHONE 328-3201 The Lcthbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbritlgc, Alberta, Wednesday, August 23, 1972 PAGES 17 TO 32 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you have a sparo pair of glaucl for holiday Native family loses everything By RUDY HAUGENFDKR Herald Staff Writer Today's the first day of school, and George Long Time Squirrel Jr. thinks it's very important. George has a wife, Helen and eight children ranging in age from three to 11 years old. But due to a fire about two weeks ago, George's family is separated and they really don't have much more tlian the clothes on their back. And the family wants to get backtogcthcr for two reasons: they've never been separated before and both adults believe in the importance of getting their kids an education. The family lost everything in the fire, which leveled their single-storey frame building just inside the Blood Indian re- serve, about six miles from ttie LeOibridge airport. The fire, which began when a kerosene lamp fell off a table into a corner, left George's family in just their nighl clothes nothing else: no slices, clothes or anything. The fire swept through the dwelling so that Geo- rge was happy just to get his family out without anyone he ing injured. The night of the fire, the family stayed with neighbors The following day seven a Ihc children were sent to thci grandmother, who lived on an other part of the reserve abou 40 road miles away. George, Helen and Harry, I lire temporarily staying wit! Helen's brother. The Blood band welfare de partment gave the family som clothes not many and on! For Ail Your Flower Needs Consult your Professional Florists ol the MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Phono 327-1515 osc they were wearing nl the me of the interview and the d Cross from Calgary pro- led bedding, George said, ilie band office is also at- mpling to get the family a iw place to live, but it seems could be some time before new building is available. The kids all went to school at ike view Elementary in Lcth- The Lethbridge Friendship cntre has also provided help, gave the family some cloth- ig was stored at the- acilily. Bill Head, the centre's cxec- .ive-dircctor, has offered the enlre's storage space as a rop-off point for anyone wani- ng to help the family. The family is also approach- ig the department of Indian [fairs for assistance, but the mmcdiate problem is getting he family back together for chool. Although the family wants to ontinuo living on the reserve, is prepared to move into a on-native community setting ecause "of the importance of dl'catiou for the kids." Anyone wanting to help !s iskcit to contact the Lethbridge 'ricndship Centre, at 328-7361. Blood climes planned Red Cross blood donor clin- ics will be held at the Leth- bridge Civic Centre on Sept. 5 (Tuesday) from 6 to 0 p.m., Sept. fi from 1 to 3 p.m. and from 0 to 0 p.m.; Sept. 7 from to 11 a.m. and from 0 to 9 p.m. voung travellers C_2 use transient hostel By IIEKMCE IIKHLE Herald Staff Writer By the end of tlie summer approximately travellers will have stayed at the Leth- bridge transient, hostel. Arland Ogden, supervisor of the hostel, said "The hostel hasn't turned out too bad. but it was slow. We didn't get as many people as we expected." The hostel had visitors from Bake sale Meals on Wheels will hold a bake sale Sept. 14 rrom G to 8 p.m. in Eaton's Department Store. A pick-up service will be available for anyone wishing to contribute bnkcd goods, home- made pickles and jellies. Inter- ested people may contact Jud- ith Walker at Proceeds of the sale will go [o Meals on Wheels. CUFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic SLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Lovcl PHONE 327-2872 Monday, Aug. 21st Thrj Saturday, Aug. 26th i a MEN'S SIACKS R LADIES' SIACKS jL MEN'S SUIT JACKETS ffi LADIES' PLAIN SKIRTS 59 While Shirts laundered to perfection FoWcd TWO LOCATIONS: ZElLl-R.SAFEWAY WESTMINSTER SHOPPING CENTRE SHOPPING PLAZA Moyor Magralh 13th Slroel North Phone 327.6726 CATTLE AUCTION BIG auctioneer loday is one of the integral part: of the livestock industry in southern Alberta. Prices in the auclion ring this have been slightly higher than ihe average lasr year. The prices have steadied dawn to the to range after peaking at about to per hundredweight early in July. With many auction businesses in soulhern Alberla, buyers have a daily opportu- nity of filling their needs. As part of the ritual these women are keeping tabs on the going prices and lols of animals at one of the many daily sales. Finlay Photo College presidents meet Alberta's college presidents are meeting In Edmonton today with Jim foster, minister of ad- vanced education, to discuss several areas of concern for the colleges. Dr. C. D. Stewart, president of the Lethbridge Community College, and Bob Babki. ttv? newly-appointed chairman of the LCC board of governors, are attending the one-day ses- sion. Several important topics arc under discussion, including the Byrne Commission Report on unrest at the Red Deer College college administrators are particularly concerned with the implications the report has for other Alberta colleges. Another Red Deer matter tlie "resignations" of four fac- ulty members in the past month is also expected to be discussed. There's also a possibility the college presidents will be seek- ng a clearer definition of the legrec of authority which the government-appointed adminis- rator has at Red Deer College. The administrators will also deal with the Worth Commis- iion recommendation that llic Alberta colleges commission he scrapped. Amendments to the Colleges Act are also on the agenda lor the meeting. all over the world Tokyo, Germany, Austria and all parts of Canada. The majority ol travellers were hitchhikers. Arland said about 25 per cent o! the people stayed at the hostel paid the nightly fee o! 58 cents. "We didn't really de- mand it of some of them, be- cause we knew they didn't have any money. If a guy has a dol- lar to get from here to Regina and you take 50 cents of it, well Tlie hostel U being run by five people. Arthur Niven, as- sistant supervisor and public rc- lalioas co-ordinator for the hos- tel, said the hostel does more than just give travellers a bed, shower facilities and 24-hour surveilance. The workers provide counsel- ling and help for kids who have a drug or depression problems. city students return to school today Tlie streets were teeming with activity this morning as thousands of young- sters started back to school for nnother year. There arc nearly stu- Power outage Tlie power will shut of[ Thursday afternoon Iwtwccn ]5th and" ICtli Ave. S. from 13th St. to 18th St. FJotwcen rind 4 o'clock, the electric department will be working to increase the distri- bution voltage in the area to l.T.BOO volls from volts. OKKI'C The OMinati River Regional Planning Commission is GO per cent provincially financed and per cent locally financed. Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5lh Sfroet South Phono 328-6661 NOW OPEN Govcrnmenl licensed Technician Repairs to Radios, Television and Tapo Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO enfs attending Lhe 15 nd six separate schools in tlie ty this year. School officials were merciful gain this year, making the rst day back at school an sy one. After going through 10 usual routine of registra- on, picking up schedules, pay- ng fees and taking care of llier school-starting necessit- cs, students were given the est of the day off. However, Thursday its busi- css ns usual, including home- vork nnd studying. The 20 mph speed zones in chool areas are also back in [feel. Rented seminar tonight ACT revenues A general discussion of land- lord and tenant problems in renting will Iw held tonight at 7 o'clock in Room 7 at Ihe Kate Andrews building at the Lcthbridge Community College. Jim McKinley, manager of Ashgrovc Apartments, will featured speaker. The free seminar Is one of a series on the Problem of Rent- ing sponsored by Wayne Clark, manager of Continental Apart- mcr.'.s, under (lie Student Tem- porary Employment Program. The public is Invited to at- tend. Alberta Government Tele- phones recorded revenues of and expenses of during the first six months this year, giving a prof- it ot This compared with the prof- it of during the same period last year. Close to new telephone sets were installed in the prov- ince in the first seven months this year. As of .July 31, AGT CJOC 'Pass sub-station almost ready CJOC's new sub station in tlie Crowsnest Pass will go on air in the middle of October George Brown, vice presidenl and general manager said Tuesday. The sub station has been assigned the call letters CJPR and will produce approximate- ly 25 hours of local program in the initial stage of operation in addition to relaying CJOC Lethbridge's programs by a land line. The staff at the outset will consist of three: Daryl Fergu- son as sales manager and sta- tion supervisor, Doug Anderson as production supervisor, and Mary Grigel, a Crowsnest Pass girl, as secretary-receptionist. The sub station cost CJOC more than according to production manager Bob Lang. "The reception in the Crows- nest Pass used to be terrible because of the mountainous lie said. C.IPR will be located at 1490 on Ihe dial. The broadcast stu dious will be situated in Blair- more, the broadcast tower jusl west of Blairmore. They also find jobs for many of the travellers through the Ca- nada Manpower Centre. The only problems the work- ers complained oi were travel- lers who stayed too long and a lew stolen knapsacks. Arland and Arthur felt the Id city hall annex building (the ostel's was in itself problem. They said they would like to je the hostel in a building that s cleaner and better built, 'hey described the annex build- ng as "cold, dark and damp." Arthur said the proposed 'ear-round hostel at West Cas- le was for the "elite." He and Arland both think "the hostel vill be for ski bums. It's not ;oing to be a transient hostel it will be a weekend hostel." "It's too expensive for tha clientele we had this summer. They could never afford Arland said. The two supervisors said they were a bit surprised at the lype of people who came to the hostel. They said some of them had no definite destination or ideas. "We expected people who were looking for something or going somewhere. But most of the people who came were quite self-sufficient and had a lot ot the supervisors said. Arland said the department of the secretary of state the federal government, which finances the hostel "isn't liv- ing up to its agreements." The hostel workers aren't receiving their salary payments, as agreed upon. had service. telephone scls in ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz BIJg. 111. 5th SI. S. Phone 328-4095 RIVAL CROCK POTS ALL PURPOSE StOW ELECTRIC COOKER It's ihe new way to cook ilowly in genuine Better Flavour Belter Nulrilion Amazing Economy you out of the ipaca age into ihe stone-age and you'll coll it progress. Cooks unattended for 10 1o 2 hours coslj about 2c Jo cook all day. 2 Models Call Housewarw 327-5767 DOWNTOWN JIORK WEIOIIT The Alberta Motor Transport Association wants h i i: b c r weight limits on (lie province's highways. At present, all high- ways -n Alberta liavc a limit of pounds or Irss with the exception of the rnlgriry- Edmonloii highway which lias pounds. First to CAMM'S for Shoes then BACK TO SCHOOL Yesl you'll find nil fhal'i Camm's lor tha high ichool let. OPEN Alt DAY WEDNESDAY OPEN THUR5. AND FBI. UNTIl 9 P.M. for fall '72 ol Maxine Ties navy, brown, or black wet look 5 Eyelet Suede Ties In brown, novy, tan onrf bone, New Stampers By Hanna At in Weekend, In black or moontfust grey New Wild Wooleys In burgundy loftee Icalher New ATV's Suedes Blue Suedo Orongc Suede Brown Suede Black Suede and leather combinations New urethone soles for ail that's new visit CAMM'S 403 5lh Street S. SHOES I SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. Thursday, August 24th SAIE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH RESHVE Old sideboard; Chrome table and 4 cliairs; Small chest of drawers; Good baby buggy; G.E. fridge; R.C.A. portable TV; Admiral TV; Small wood cnb; Approx. 1900 ceramic floor tiles; Coldspot fridge; 3 gas mowers; 11 x 12' beige nig; 4 electric mowers; 8 x 24' green rug; TVs: Dark brown coffee table and matching corner table; Blonde coffee table and 2 matching step tables; Guitar; Sin- gle box spring anc' maltress; Desk; Brown chesterfield and chair; Flower pots; Gas and electric ranges; Arborite; Lino.; Trilic; Card table; Chain saw; Air com- pressor; Vise; Giu'tar; Lawn chairs; Small bookcase; Floor lamps; TV stand; Garden tools; Vacuum. 4-STYROFOAM PADDIE BOATS WILLYS L.W.B. JEEP Many More Hems Too Numcrons To Mention. HIGHLIGHTING SALE OF AUGUST 31, 1972 Pursuant to tho Alberta Seiiure'j Act will lell a a large amount of OFFICE FURNITURE and EQUIPMENT For List see ad in Saturday, Augusl 26 Herald or Contact Hurlburt Auction. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 325-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. IETHBRIOGE AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERFJMANN lie. 41 lit- ;