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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Youth hostel business slackening Drifting throngs ot restless teen-agers that swelled youth hostels in summers past and turned public buildings and fields into emergency have largely dis- appeared this year. Most youth hostels across Canada are operating below capacity this summer and there are fewer signs of the youth migration that was heralded by some as a sympton of social upheaval. In a cross-Canada survey by The Canadian some youth hostel operators say the decline is due to summer work programs and government grants that keep young people occupied. Others say publicity about hitch-hiking woes and perils have slowed the trend. Still others say wandering has become unfashionable because of anti-youth backlash that associated teen- age rovers with the drug culture. Douglas presi- dent of the Canadian Youth Hostel Association says hosteling is in decline among Canadian youth and most lodging provided by his association is used by young Europeans who now are more affluent. About 60 CYHA hostels are in operation across Canada and 90 per cent of the oc- cupants are from foreign travelling under the auspices of the International Federation of Youth of which the CYHA is a member. The CYHA has about Canadian members who pay a subscribers' fee to take advantage of the international travel and lodging facilities that result from membership. The survey shows about 125 hostels operating under the federal state secretary's department at a cost of about million this year. Liz a co-ordinator for the federal hostels in south- COMPLETE HOMEOWNERS' INSURANCE AT LOWER RATES HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201-3rd A we. S. Phone 328-7777 ABSTAINER'S INSURANCE COMPANY only Company providing automobile insurance exclusively to western said young people passed through federal hostels last year and she expects a 30-per-cent in- crease this summer. But Mr. McLaren said there is a trend to under use federal facilities while their costs are increasing. In British the number of federal hostels has been reduced to 25 from 29 last but government employees operating them are hoping for an increase in the number of users which totall- ed about last year. In the number of federal hostels is down to 20 this year from 25 last said Gabriel provin- cial co-ordinator. DEPARTMENT DECIDED In Brian director of the federal said the department decided last year to enforce a minimum fee of 50 cents a night at the hostels because most of the users were middle-class youth who could afford to pay. we we said people who can pay. Peo- ple who can't pay that's cool. after a couple of year's we can see that the hostels aren't being used by down-on-their-luck- type Costs this year range from the minimum 50 cents to about a night. FACILITIES USED In federal hostel officials reported good usage last year with about customers in Winnipeg and about in Brandon. Hostel facilities also are provided in Winnipeg by the Salvation Army and the YWCA. In three gov- ernment-sponsored hostels are operating this each with about 100 beds at costs ranging between 50 cents and a night. About customers are expected this the same as last a spokesman said. But in a church offi- cial who sponsored hostels there last summer said religious groups are scaling down their hostel activities because qf the drop in users. Youth Minister Horst Schmid of Alberta announced earlier this year that the provincial government had made plans to enter the hostel with an allocation of for a Calgary facility. threat ignored ANKARA Premier Bulent Ecevit reiterated Fri- day his government's deter- mination to resume poppy cultivation this fall despite a United States Senate vote Thursday threatening to cut off military and economic aid to Turkey. Ecevit reacted saying after a visit to President Fahri government has reached a decision to resume poppy growing in the interest of the Turkish the Turkish peasants and the whole Yew GUARANTEED SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Interest payable temi-annually or compounded to maturity. Member Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation Depositors can purchase Olympic coins FARMERS ft MERCHANTS TRUST 7th Street Phone 328-5546 unnniima Fm ONE DAY WHOOP-UP SPECIALS MONDAY 9 A.M. P.M.. P.M. TO 6 P.M. Store Cloaed p.m. to p.m. so stiff may have tht benefit of taking In Whoop-Up Parade with their families. PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY NO DELIVERIES LIMITED QUANTITIES ON SALE ITEMS Come Early and Have Breakfast before the Parade. BACON EGGS. TOAST COFFEE Only 7 O 9a.m. to 11 a.m._____ FOR THE KIDDIES HOT DOG ft BEVERAGE ALL DAY CHICKEN SALAD SANDWICH SOUP ft COFFEE 75 ALL DAY STORAGE SHEO 5'x7'. Each BRIQUETTES 10 Ib. bag. Each 65 SLEEPING BAGS Reg. Each CIGARETTES Limit 2 cartons per customer. Carton 4 66 TENTS Reg. Each ROLLED FABRICS Yard LADIES'and CHILDREN'S CASUALS CASUALS Pair TRIPLE Reg. Each HIBACHI MO MEN'S NOVELTY SHIRTS Each MEN'S PANTS Pair MEN'S BOOT RUNNERS Pair ZELLER CREST Spring Reg. 1 only. Each BEACH TOWELS 266 Peg. Each 2 PIECE Chesterfield Suite 3 only. Suite 9'x12 RUGS Reg. and Each 2 PIECE SPANISH Chesterfield Suite 1 only. Suite II LADIES' WEAR CLEARANCE to off LADIES' SANDALS Assorted Va 10 Va OFF GAS LAWN MOWER Reg. Each HANDBAGS Assorted summer. Each FERTILIZER 50 Ib. bag. Each CRIMP Substandard Yard 1 76 Pair SUNGLASSES MOTORIZED BARBEOUE I TENTS Reg. Each KITCHEN CHROME CHAIRS Each SWIM POOLS Price UNASSEMBLED 10 SPEED Reg. Each BICYCLES MEN'S SWEATERS DISCONTINUED Each LP RECORDS Each FLIGHT BAGS MEN'S SPORT COATS Each TOSS CUSHIONS Each MEN'S RUNNERS Pair LADIES' JEANS Pair Each Reg. Each GYM SETS Reg. and Each 3 only. Each COLEMAN COOLERS Reg. Each HI RISE BICYCLES FOG LAMPS Each DOUBLE FLAT AND FITTED SHEETS Color gold only. Limited quanity. Each PHENTEXYARN 1 Ib. pkg. Each 22 Boys' and girls'. Each 5 HP Each Tractor Mower POCKET BOOKS Each CHILDREN'S Pair PANTY HOSE Each PATIO LIGHTS PILLOWSLIPS 2 PIECE COLONIAL Chesterfield Suite Reg. 1 only suite INFANTS' Stretch Sleepers Each 2 PIECE Davenport Suite Reg. 2 only. Suite SCATTER RUGS Reg. Each ___ Gold only. Each ___ Pair SANDALS FOAM SLABS Each Each LADIES' NOVELTY SHIRTS Each 9'x12' RUGS Reg. Each 2 PIECE Chesterfield Suite Reg. 2 only. Suite 12'x15' Reg. Each RUGS NAIL HEAD RECLINERS 2 only. Each MOO COLONIAL ROCKER Reg. 3 only. Each S150 ZELLER CREST Spring Reg. 1 only. Each CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS CRUSHED VELVET MULTI LOUNGER Reg. 4 only. Each 2-SPEED FANS Each QUEEN SIZE Spring Reg. 1 only. Each FLORAL LUGGAGE Each GIRLS' Flannel Pyjamas Sizes 4 to 14 3 PIECE SAUCEPAN SET Ideal for camping Set Pair 2 PIECE TRADITIONAL Chesterfield Suite Reg. 2 Only. Suite LAWN CHAIRS 5x6 web. Each 4 50 CHILDRENS' Polyester T-Shlrts Sizes 4 to 6x. CHILDRENS' ASSORTED SLIMS Size 4to6x. GIRLS' SLIMS Sizes 7 to 14 Zellers County Pair Located In Zallars Shopping Cantra on Mayor Magrath Daily a.m. to Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Telephone 328-817 ;