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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SINIOR CtTIZtN'S TOUR HAWAII CALLS Guided Toun For You To inioy In For Further Information Coll BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE 1271 3rd Av.. S. Mien. 331-3201 or 32MI5I "tone TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The LethbridgeHerald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, October 9, 1970 PAGES 11 TO 24 ALWAYS ENJOYIO end 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ch. 328.8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Blasts Little Wild Ducks Then Takes Off T a b e r district farmer Joe Veres was perturbed and some- what frustrated this morning. Today is the first day of pheasant hunting season. At a.m. Mr. Veres and his family were awakened by gunshots. Peering through the house window Mr. Veres witnessed a so-called hunter shooting pud- Hai-vesting Under Way The first grain corn of the season was harvested in south- ern Alberta Wednesday on the Grassy'- Lake farm nf Joe Kusalik, marking the begin- ning of organized corn raising in southern Alberta. The 20-aere field of Warwick SL 209, a Canadian developed hybrid variety, was harvested under the auspices of the re- cently formed Alberta Corn Commission, the organization responsible for the establish- ment of grain com in the south. John Calpas, regional agricul- turist, and orie of three board members, said the prospects of establishing grain corn on a permanent basis will get boost in view of strengthening corn prices in the U.S. and from plans calling for the building of a distillery in southern Alberta. Mr. Calpas said much of the corn harvested this year will be used as samples for business firms interested in the produo tion of distillery, and feed corn. There were about acres of grain corn planted in south- ern Alberta this year. Nine Fires There were nine fires re- ported, in Alberta Thursday, six in the north and three in the south. Damage in the south fires was In the north, Main cause of the nine fires was electrical wiring. PHARMACY FACTS From O. C. Stubbs So you've been reading and hearing about 'goof balls' and 'pep pills' about all the (rouble they are causing and have wonder- ed what they are? Well 'goof balls' are barbiturates, and 'pep pills' are amp hetamines. Both these drugs can be, and are, used for construc- titve medical purposes when they are legally prescribed by a licensed physician. They are, on the other hand, actively dan- gerous when used illegally be- cause they remove all the nor- mal controls exercised in civil- ized behaviour. Much of the senseless crime we see and read about these days is direct result of illegal use of these powerful drugs. Free parking? Here at Stubbs Pharmacy; the answer is, "Of And a place for you to sit while we're filling your prescription of course. All this and our friendly, conscien- tious service is always ready for you here at 1500 9th Ave. S. die ducks on his stock-watering pond. After shooting five of the small scaups the shooter got back into his red half-ton truck and drove off. The pond is less than 100 yards from the house, Mr. Veres said this morning, and the range from the "sports- man" to the silling ducks was about 20 feet. Maybe it's. just as well he shot on the water, other- wise we might have lest our picture he said. Mr." Veres visited the pond after the shooter left and found fora- dead birds floating on the water and a fifth wounded bird crying in agony. "This happens every Mr. Veres'said. "Some guys are ev.en so brazen as to drive through our back yard shoot- ing at pheasants. This has hap- pened in previous years." The scaups are very tame and a person can walk up to the edge of the pond withoul them taking flight. After the shooter left, Mr. Ver.es tried to scare the birds away but they would just fly BO and return immediately to the pond. Frank Soinerville, regiona' fish and wildlife officer, said that under the Wildlife Act such a shooter could be charged with waste of migratory birds which carried a penalty of to on conviction. The shooter could be further charged with shooting within 200 yards of a dwelling and sub- ject to another fine. Mr. SomervHle advises land owners to obtain as much to formation about shooters as possible. Vehicle licence num- bers and personal descriptions would assist law enforcers in tracking down hunters who break the law. Mr. Veres said his land was not posted early this morning because efforts failed yesterday to obtain commercial The land was posted with homemade .signs, though, later in the morning. Mr Somerville advises thai fish and game associations have free signs available which advise that hunting or private land will be allowec only after permission is ob- tained from the landowner. Cars Collide Two people were slightly in- jured and damage amounted to when two cars collided in the Centre Village Mall park- ing lot Thursday evening. Drivers of the vehicles were Wayne Hooper of 2139 9th Ave A S. and Weldon Hobbs of 1104 11 St. S. Two passengers, Alan Bur rows of 110411 St. S and Brenda Franz of 614 2nd Ave. N. were treated for minor injuries in hospital and released. LT of L Names Planning Head HEATING BOILERS INSTALLED Two giant sleel hori- zontal firetube boilers are being installed at the new University of Lethbridge campus across the river. The boilers measure nine feet by 1214 and are each worth about Each weighs about pounds empty and pounds in operation. They are hot water boilers, not steam boilers use cubic feet of natural gas each per hour. Heat output is 600 horse power from each boiler: 40 million BTUs per hour total enough to heat about 350 average-sized houses. They operate at 125 pounds pressure, heating the water to about 240 degrees to heat the building. The boilers were made by Saskatoon Boiler Co., Ltd. and are being installed by Western Air Conditioning Ltd., of Calgary. Dr. Roger Meintzer, acting ice-president of the University f Lethbridge for the past nine nonths has been named to the ew administrative position of o-ordinator of academic plan- ing, university President Dr. am Smith announced today. Dr. Meintzer was on the ounding faculty at the U of L in 1967, and was later named tiairman of the university's hemistry department. When Dr. S'mith left the cam- >us in January for a nine- nonth health sabbatical leave .nd Vice-President Dr. Bill Jeckel, became acting presi- ent, Dr. Meintzer. was appoint- d acting vice-president. He is also a professor of bemistry. Dr. Meintzer's new position, was developed to solve a num- >er of organizational and plan- rung problems which were de- eloping as the university grew arger. The co-ordinator of academic banning will be responsible to h e academic vice-president Dr. and will com- municate through the president and vice-president to the uni1 versity board of governors, General Faculty Council, Uni- versity Planning Committee and the provincial university system. He will receive requests for nfprmation from these groups, >lus faculty deans and others, LCC Indian Counsellor Program Strongly Favored To Continue By RIC Herald Staff Writer EDMONTON It is a "nat- ural assumption" that the Leth- bridge Community College will continue'to bo the centre for planned training programs for Indian E. S. counsellor Korchinski, assistants, acting re- gional superintendent of educa- tion for the department of In- dian affairs said here Thurs- day. LCC has offered month-long Indian counsellor-assistant pro- grams through its continuing education division and in co- operation with Indian affairs for the past two years. In an interview at the an- nual convention of the Alberta Indian Educators Association, Mr. Korchinski said the role of native counsellor assistants has been recognized by govern- ment officials as an important part of Indian education. In Observance of JEWISH DAY OF ATONEMENT Progress Clothing Ltd. WILL BE CLOSED Friday, Oct. 9th at p.m. and Closed All Day Saturday, Oct. 10th Re-opening for business as usual TUESDAY, OCT. 13th A.M. Dine and Dance TONIGHT The Moonglows SATURDAY THE METROS fo p.m. NO COVER CHARGE! SUNDAY THANKSGIVING (This Sunday, Oct. llth) SPECIAL MENU Noon to p.m. sen s PHONE 328-7756 for RESERVATIONS "Last year, native counsellor assistants were employed on a part-time basis and this year they are being employed in es- tablished he said. "The total program of native counsellor-assistants has be- come a joint area of concern by both the provincial and fed- eral governments." Mr. Korchinski said the new approach in the counselling field is aimed at three types of Indians the department can call upon as employees in the program: person with a partial Grade 12 education who is in- terested in completing univer- sity entrance requirements for advanced study. of large families with a lack of academic train- ing who would benefit from Weather Stops Beet Harvesting Harvesting of southern Alber- ta sugar.beets has been halted until .weather conditions im- prove. The decision to have a recess in harvesting was made Thurs- day at a joint meeting of the sugar beet growers and Cana- dian Sugar Factories officials. At the beginning of harvest extremely high temperatures day and night created storage problems. This was followed immediately by record break- ing lows which created other storage problems. The harvest has been conducted on an on- again-off-again basis. In a press release CSF says: "While problems have been en- SMALL WONDER NEW 1971 VQLKSWAGONS ON DISPLAY IN OUR SHOWROOM SEE THE NEW 411 4-DOOR SEDAN ON DISPLAY RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. and loth St. S. Phone Car lot 318-4356 countered in previous years during later stages of the har- vest, our situation now is uni- que in that the bulk of the crop remains to be lifted and put into storage where they must remain for some consid- erable time awaiting slicing at the factories. "It is imperative that every precaution be taken to ensure that the crop will be piled in the best shape possible." It is hoped that moderate temperatures will allow the harvest to resume at an early date. The company will notify growers through local news media, particularly radio farm broadcasts, at the earliest mo- continuing short summe courses similar to those a ready offered at the LCC. who would be pre pared to take a full acaderai year of training in the area o counsellor-assistant work. "It is this type of person w are vitally interested in an now we must see what can b< worked out with the Letbbridg Community he said. Although LCC has had expe- rience in the counsellor assis t a n t program, Indian affair Canada Manpower, the India community and Indian Assoda tion of Alberta must also be in eluded in the final planning. Alberta has (lie largest num ber of counsellor-assistants any province in Canada and th on-going training programs wi add to this total, he said. ment when beet digging be started again. may COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 Restaurant Opens Soon All Town S6-seat restaurant, th Chef, is scheduled open late this month in th lower level of the Professions Building at 4th Ave. and 8tti S S'. Operated by Ed Oiieuette the restaurant will cater businessmen, opening at a.m. It is also planned to re main open in the evenings, un til midnight if business war rants it. CUFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB tower .Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327.2822 WUUUIilU -BIC PEN OFFICE SPECIAL- Buy I dozen BIC 49c Deluxe Fine Point Pens Get 2 dozen BIC IVc Medium Point Pens FREE Regular Reail Value 10.44. C OO YOU PAY ONLY DIXON TAPERASER AND REFILL Complete. Reg, 1.15 SPECIAL Refill. Beg. l.OS....................... SPECIAL 856 THREE PART INTER-OFFICE MEMOS Box of 2.50. Regular 7.75 SPECIAL 5.95 CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13lh St. N. Phono 327-4591 FREE PARKING ON OUR PAVER LOT AT THE REAR OF OUR STORE DR. ROGER MEINTZER ind the information needed, analyze it and make recom- mendations where appropriate. He will also be responsible or co-ordination of activities of faculty planning committees, academic departments and similar groups during their banning and developing ses- sions, including both capital and operating budget matters. He will also be responsible 'or initiating various studies of us own, with approval from he vice-president, and making recommendations concerning any matter involving the plan- ned development of the uni- versity. Bing Crosby Hunts Here Bing Crosby, one of Ameri- ca's most famous and best- oved entertainment figures, ,ias returned to southern Al- berta this week for a few days of uplands bird hunting. A fairly frequent visitor of the south, Mr. Crosby is stay- ing at the home of jack Mor- ton, Warner rancher, with whom he stayed two years ago His main target this year is reputedly sharp-tailed grouse. He was in Lethbridge Wednesday on a short shopping tour. Mr. Crosby was the star of numerous "Road" movies with Bob Hope, won an Academy for his portrayal of a priest in 1944 in Going My Way and has been a consistent stalwart of the re- cording industry. Grace Your Thanksgiving Table With a Special Floral Arrangement or Centrepiece e's 'FLOWER SHOP 322 6th Street South Phone 327-5747 SAVE "o 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT UFFUEfi. {INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 STEP OUT IN STYLE in JOYCE SHOES South Alberta ladies' just lovo their good looks and true comfort. "Whirioway" Available in oil sizes in burnt beach antique and black glove. TEENAGERS Look What Buys si Mary Jane Baby Dolls in Black, Brown, Red, or Navy Wet Look Crinkle p.atent. A new Wet Look loafer. ft Oblique Too Loafer in Brown or Navy. Yes) We have them in all sizes. THE ORIGINAL CHARLEY BROWNS by SAVAGE The latest teen and rage. FREE PARKING DOWNTOWN Yellow motors for 2 hours on Sat. CHILDREN'S SHOES i 'Red School House' by Savnge in Navy, Tan, and Red Wet Look, i Children's Wei look Styles Opon pri 9 p.m. i Children's Waterproof vinyl Winter Ooots at S 403 ?fh SJroei 3. SHOES ;