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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOUDAY IN EUROPE Tak. odvonlaoe of the Special Youth Fares now in effect Only S269.00 return Only return For Travel between June 20th and July 25th odd on For information and reiervatioru contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAGF! WEST END Phone 328-3201 or 328-8184____________ The Lcthkldgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, July Clears way forearly start Changes okayed for home By MARILYN ANDERSON Family Page Editor Final approval has been re- ceived by the Green Acres Foundation for architectural changes in the plans for the third senior citizens' home for Lethbridge. This step now removes any futher delay in proceeding with construction of the new home planned for opening in the spring of. 1972._________ Don LeBaron foundation ad- ministrator said the main change in the plans is to 46 single rooms and three double rooms to satisfy the increased need in the Lethbridge area for single accommodation._______ Parade plans in high gear The first out-of-town floats for Monday's Whoop-Up parade have already arrived in Leth- bridge, as preparations for the parade move into high gear. Parade Marshal Cleve Hill said three floats from Calgary are now in the city. Some 50 floats are expected to be en- tered, he said, as well as 13 bands, a large section of mounted Indians from the licence lifted two years, longest term by judge Lethbridge man had his he received the minimumflne fi. driver's licence suspended for two years and was fined a to- tal of in magistrate's court. It was the longest driving prohibition ever issued by Judge L. W. Hudson. The man pleaded guilty to care and control of a car wmle impaired, failure to produce a driver's licence, driving while his licence was legally suspend- ed and failure to produce proof of financial responsibility. Judge Hudson was aware the man had a serious diabetic con- dition, which drinking could aggravate to a state of near coma. In passing sentence he said he sympathized with the mans condition, but he also felt a responsibility to protect the public. For the charge of care and control of a car while impaired Youth missing The RCMP request public as- sistance in locating Melvin Kay Maynes, 14, of the Coalhurst area. He is described as five feet, 4% inches tall, medium build, short dark brown hair, eyes and dark complexion. He was last seen in old blue jeans, a denim jacket and rust color shirt. He is reported to wear brown rimmed glasses. Anyone knowing the where- abouts of the youth is asked to call the RCMP. for driving while legal- ly suspended he was fined and he was fined on each of the two remaining chargesi judge said because he had sympathy for the man the fine was light, but because of the hazard he could present to other persons he had received the longest driving suspension the judge had evef given. Whoop-Up tickets on sale Tickets for the Lethbridge Whoop-Up Days celebrations July 19-24 will be on advance sale July 14-18 in the lobby of the Paramount Theatre from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. During Whoop-Up week, the lobby ticket office will be open from 10 a.m. to noon daily. The advance tickets cover the chuckwagon races, rodeo and Blood and Peigan reserves, an- tique cars, clowsn and a large number of horses. The parade will begin at Monday morning, led off by Lt. Gov. Grant MacEwan rid- ing in an open carriage. It_is expected to take about 90 min- utes to pass any given point. Starting at the 13th St. and 7th Ave N., the participants will march south on 13 St. to 3rd Ave. S., west on 3rd Ave. to 5th St south on 5th St. to 4th Ave., and east on 4th Ave. past city hall, where the parade will break up. Entries will be divided into six categories district, com- mercial, fraternal, comic and novelty, antique and decorated cars, and a 4-H section. Of the 13 bands participating, one is from West Germany, two from Edmonton, two from Regina, one from Calgary, two from Medicine Hat, and others from district towns. About 600 young band mem- bers will be arriving in Leth- bridge over the weekend, Mr. Hill said, and will be billeted in city schools. A portion of the budget for the parade will be used _to pay for the bands. Prize-wm- The way had been cleared by city council at its June 28 meet- ing for final approval of the site, adjacent to the Golden Acres Home and immediately behind the Auxiliary Hospital which is now under1 construc- tion. Council had delayed approval of the land due to financing costs in the hope that the par- ticipating County of Leth- bridge, Town of Oaldale and Village of Nobleford would en- ter into a cost sharing agree- ment with the city over the new home. Since such an arrangement was not satisfacttory to these bodies, council agreed to go ahead with the home as pre- viously sought. Council is to hear at its meet- ing tonight a recommendation from finance director AUister Findlay that council authorize an allocation of from re- serve for real estate holdings to cover costs of servicing the land. "The Pioneer and leading Retail Shop in Lelhbridge" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS I-KIUC OF CALF SHOW Wilma Stroeve, 18, right, grand champion winner and Darlene Riehl, 17, reserve grand champion winner of the tethbridge 4-H Calf Show proudly fly the Park Lake 4-H Beef Club colors after sweep- competing in her fifth show, _ and reserve grand champion banners from their club also. Miss Stroeve, with a Hereford-Charolois cross and Miss Riehl, with a Charolois-Angus cross, entered family farm ccXetinTinPheV third show in the city, and Miss Riehl, at 1 p.m. today. Grand and reserve champions Adult board elects city man Park Lake best in 4-H show We invite everyone to attend WHOOP-UP DAYS July 19th to 24th Come in and visit with us when downtown stage show for each day. Court favors former LCC employee The Southern Alberta District Court Tuesday found in favor of Wayne C. Wayne, it said was wrongfully dismissed from his position as radio arts instructor at the Lethbridge Community College. Mr. Wayne had been dismiss- ed by the college early in the year. The court case involved dispute over the intent of a let- ter of resignation Mr. Wayne had submitted to the college board of governors, and allega- tions by the college concerning ning entries in the parade will also receive cash awards. Expensive ink A Lethbridge youth was fined when he pleaded guilty in magistrate's court to having faulty equipment on his car. Judge L. W. Hudson was placed in an embarrassing position when he was forced to ask the accused what he had been charged with. The constable who had orig- inated the ticket Had not in- cluded any information about the infraction. Judge Hudson said, be- cause ink is so expensive I'll fine him and no costs." Gordon Campbell, associate, professor of education at the University of Lethbridge, has been elected to the board of governors of the Canadian As- sociation of Adult Education at Toronto. Mr. Campbell was the first national director of the World University Service in Canada, founder of Saskatchewan House (an adult education centre in Regina) and founding president of Selkirk College in B.C. This spring he was founder- director of the first Canadian community college institute which was held at the Banff School of Fine Arts. Mr. Campbell published the first book on Canadian com- munity colleges, entitled Com- munity Colleges hi Canada. Mr. Campbell was elected to the adult education association in the first balloting held on a national basis by the 59-year- old group. _________ By RIC SWIHART Staff Writer It was Park Lake day at the Lethbridge 4-H Calf Show Tues- day as Wilma Stroeve and Dar- lene Hiehl captured the grand champion and reserve grand champion steer awards re- spectively, over more than 300 competitors. Thirteen competing southern Alberta 4-H clubs showed award winning animals during the day-long competitions with Judge Ed Noad of Fort Mac- leod the busy man of the hour. Jim Newton of Del Bonita was judged the best showman of the competition, winning the grand championship showman- ship award. Chris Pearson of Readymeade took the reserve Remand and bail in wilful fire case showmanship awards. Competiton for the groups of four was won by the Del Bon- ita 4-H Beef Club. All of the clubs were judged for the grand champion and re- serve grand champion winners and the grand champion and reserve grand champion for the show were judged from the top winners of the 13 clubs. Winning the club honors for the grand champion and the reserve grand champion were: Park Lake; Wilma Stroeve and Darlene Riehl; Del Bonita, Wade Henry and Joan Henry; Cardston, Jeff 'Court and Lori Hinman; Hillspring, Vicky French and Lynn Martin. Lethbridge Northern, Carol By LARRY BENETT Slaff Writer Boras and Dan Chromic; Milk rtiver, Bruce Thiessen and Lan- ny Doenz; Barons, Norman Kit- leson and Lorne Charlesworth; Warner, Daryl Soici and Holly Doenz. Raymond, Dale Snow and Anna Marie Schafter; Mag- rath, Wade Johnson and Deb- bie Kilmer; Rcadymeade, Chris Pearson and Myrna Reed; Turin, Brenda Pascal and Connie Stronski; and Leth- bridge-Coaldale, Rich Hranac and Pat Scholegan. The sale of the 4-H animals started at 1 p.m. today at the Lethbridge (Exhibition Pavilion, Full results of the sale will be published in The Herald Fri- day. Muffler blast brings fine A Lethbridge man was fined when he pleaded guilty in magistrate's court to operating his car in suh a manner as to allow his mufflers to make ex- cessive noise. Court was told Vern Halla had violently downshifted his car on two occasions and the resulting exhaust pressure caused his mufflers to rattle and pop violently. He had not answered a form letter requesting he appear in court and was not granted time to pay. As a result he will spend seven days in city jail._______ OUR OSCAR his classroom competence. activities and FLOWER Shop Marquis Hotel Bldg. Phono 327-1515 In his judgment, Judge L. M. Cullen said the college had not shown just cause for Mr. Wayne's dismissal and awarded him .the balance of his 1970-71 salary. Business note A building permit for for interior renovations to the Bank of Nova Scotia at 465 Mayor Magrath Drive has been taken out at city hall. The work is to be done by Glen Little Construction Ltd. of Lethbridge. WE NEED USED LAWN MOWERS And to offering Trade-In get them we're Extra Generous Allowances them oil on ihe new '71 TORO See us Now and Trade-Up while Toro stocks ara still complete! Opon Till 9 p.m. and Fri. Nights! DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 357-5767 NORTH-IETHBRIDGE 324 13lh St. N. Phont 328-4441 Memorial society to meet Interested persons are being sought to serve on the board of the newly-formed memorial so- ciety in Lelhbridge. The first meeting of the so- ciety was recently held in Leth- bridge at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Kristiansen amid "great interest" which has been aroused in this city. Such a society would ensure that members could get the kind of funeral they wish with costs kept to a minimum. Persons interested are re- quested to call 327-4943. STUDIO ON FIFTH AVENUE ARTISTIC i PICTURE ARTISTS' SUPPLIES OUT 1 CAuenv 710-5 AVE S ItETHBRIDCE-AlTA Albert Liebelt, 24, of Warner was remanded on prop- erty bail for another week to await tlie decesion of L. W. Hud- son. He appeared in mag- istrate's court Tuesday. Liebelt was charged initially with arson following the April 27 fire at 519 Zth St. S. The arson charge was later changed to the lesser charge of wilfully setting fire to private roperty. The charge of arson carries a maximum sentence of life im- risonment, but the lesser harge of wilfully setting fire o private property carries a maximum of five years. The trial June 17 was ad- ourncd following the unexpect- ed .testimony of a local psy- :hiatrist. Dr. Scott Angus told the court Liebelt may have been in an emotional state called a fugue. While in a fugue a person unctions as an automaton and s not aware of the implications of his acts. Court was told Liebelt had been involved in a complicated and confused inter-relationship with a woman he believed to be his wife, and her brother, anc the resulting emotions coulc have produced the fugue state. The crown asked for the ad- journment so it might have time to prepare a rebuttal and to consider the acceptability o the psychiatrist's testimony be- cause he had been allowed to remain in court to hear all evi dence, while all of the other witnesses had been excluded. Judge Hudson again delays his decision. He said he had no yet received some relevant le- gal texts to help him deter mine the question of the ac ceptability of the psychiatrist' testimony. Cases involving the testimony of a psychiatrist in the past all differ because the psychiatrist I had always been a crown, and not a defense witness. Scouter takes course Streets closed for repairs Frank Tinordi of Lethbridge, treasurer of the Southern Al- wrta region Boy Scouts of Can- ada, recently attended a Hu- man Relations Laboratory at Carleton University, Ottawa. The week long training ses- sion, which attracted members of the scouting movement across Canada, was designed to get the various groups to work closer together from the re- gional level to interpersonal re- lations. Professional people including ministers, mining engineers, teachers and oilmen, all in- volved in scouting, discussed such topics as understanding personal needs and behavior, becoming more open and ac- cepting relations with others, and developing new skills to make and improve scouting groups. Mr. Tinordi's personal evalu- ation termed the project a suc- cess in its approach to the per- sonal growth of the delegates. The city has reported sever- al road repairs to city streets Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- day with some streets closed for work crews. Wednesday, the south bound lanes of Mayor Magrath Drive between 7th and 8th Aves. will be sealed, with only one lane open for traffic until late af- ternoon. The same day, 6th, 7th and 8th St. S. from 4th Ave. to 5th Ave. and 8th St. from 2nd Ave. to 4th Ave. win be closed after 11 a.m. No parking will be allowed In these areas after 11 a.m. Wednesday. Thursday, 8th St. from 5th Ave. to 7th Ave. will be closed and 9th St. from 6th Ave. to 8th Ave. will be closed all day. Friday, early In the morning, 9th St. from 2nd Ave. to 4th Ave. will be closed until a.m. Traffic will have to de- tour off 9th St. bridge on to 2nd Ave. S. weather permitting. Also 5th Ave. from 4th St to 8th St. will be closed. Total schedule depends on weather conditions. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. 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