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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? Onti call 1o ouru office does If all Iramporlalion, n ceo modal ion, U-Drives. For your summer vacation. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIllAGE MAIL PHONE 328-320T e Herald Churchill play was "well clone' Impromptu, staged by Win- ston Churchill High School as its enlry ift (Sie soullioni Al- bert a high school drama festi- val, was "ati excellent choice, a very good play and very well said adjudicator Joan Wnterficld. She commended director Lily Ltirter on her choice of plays. "I would rather have a high school tackle a good play and fail well than to have them suc- ceed al a pile of she said. She found the simple set to be very effective "Just boaulfinl." Mrs. Waterficid said that the advantage of such a small cast was that Si coulr! create a real inti mac y lietw een them on stage. "The cast listened to each other and responded to each she said. Mrs. Wa te rf iel ci si towed the f o ur actors more ef f ec live ways of using the face body a s an ex tens ion of t he character, She said the cos- tumes were well-chosen for the characters, but that the direc- tor and actors should avoid small props which arc unnatur- al to them, such as cigarettes. "Because the play lots of words and little she said, "you might create your own actions on stage." She demonstrated this could be accomplished, by re- arranging some of the Amiiturc and eliminating the repetition of small hand movements. Mrs. Watcrfield com mentcd on the deterioration of the high school drama festival in south- ern Alberta. She regretted that there were so few schools and students involved, and also that there were so few people at- tending the festival, "f hope that the right people can get together and m ake 1973 a totally meaningful and exciting said, Awards for actors and plays will be presented later when it has been decided if one of the entries will be sent to (he pro- vincial competition (o be held la Banff May 5 and 6. SECOND SECTION Lethbrkigc, Alberta, Saturday, April 1, 1972 PAGES 17 TO 32 'NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. IETH8RIOGE, AlBERTA about Phologray The lent that changes with ligM. CORRECTION Dr. Ian Forbes iias been elect- ed tn the h o a r d of the Ixth- bricige John Howard Society, not Dr. Ian Inlis as The Herald's news story said. The Herald regrets any tn- nonvonicnce caused by its error, RELIEVES GAS PAINS VW CAMPERS SLEEPS 2 5IEEPS 4 3 different versions end prices. RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd Ave. and 16lh St. S. Salei 328-4539 Car Lot 328-4356 ra IT MAKES SOME PEOPLE HAPPY Many Lethbridge residents have been multering unpleasantries ever since the most recent snowfall, but these three youngsters seem to think its great. Fann Yang, Susan Yang and Jacquie Lyon put the finishing touches on a snow verison of the Easter rabbit at 2315 9th Ave. N., who also seems to be enjoying himself. Kerber Photo LCI Model UN starts Monday By HICIIAHlt Ik-raid Sinn IVrilcr A proposal for devclopnicut of the river valley as a "eon- lainexi urban park" wiis outlined for the southern Alberta council on public affairs Thursday. The tentative plans, concen- trating on the river valley with- city limits, lists five appro- priate lanci uses throughout thy valley: active recroatun; pas- sive recreation; undisturbed conservation area; recrentiun- oricntcd commercial, aiyl a pathway and walkway system. Envin Adder ley, executive director of the Old man River tic'.s: council ami the cily ad- vJtics, the owner of tlx? wveck- miniMrumm; a special com- ing yard '.voulcl no longer fincl mittcc. and the regional parks U economical to keep his land the? Ixiard, now IKMIJE; set up hj OKHPC. The of the pro posed park are significant, Mr. Adder ley .said. The planners have u.sed Drive on Ihe east, the north cily limits, Ihc universily access road on tlic vest and the soulh t-ity limit. The land immediately adja- cent to the coulees lias an af- fect, on the coulees and the river valley and should be con- sidered in the1 over-all plans, he .said. Towe ver, we a re not su g- U economical to keep his i that particular state. He said if tlie city put about half a million dollars into ser- vicing in that area, tile lem would longer Tiia o could put the land to hot- ter use, such as for a motel, The proposal, in fact, sets aside I hat piece 01 projj- erly for commercial develop- i mcnl oriented towarci recrea- j lion in the river valley, I Mr. Adrlerley said the park i would used by tourists re- I quiring motel and campground The logical location Kegicnal Planning everything within t lie; for those facilities is near for and Bill Urown, parks and his-; lMn.Ilfbries bt, for recrca-, highway, toncal operations supervisor he top it T ami valley, he said. 'Hie question of the auto wrecking yard ndjarrnt to the west approach to the city in the river valley was brought up. with reference to future dc- r the city pointed to several be ,0 U is nol which stand in the incompatibU> with the coulees valley development. way of Both were featured speakers at (he public affairs luncheon. Perhaps, the most apparent problem is the availability of the land for public use. Aluch o[ the property LS pn- i veiopmeni of the entire vallev. ,-ately owned. Under the terms! A member rf the audience LCC contract settlement next week of the if tile lam! is to net be zoned for By MAULEXE COOKSHAW Herald Staff Writer to raise the present registra- tion fee of in 1973 to Ivelp in covering The 1072 assembly will have One hundred twenty five del' egates from British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan will: ,ns its secretary-general, Harry attend Ihe ninth annual model I Krause, a social science in- United Nations at the Lerh-1 5tnictor at Wilson Junior High bridge Collegiate Institute Mon- day and Tuesday. The project, was organized by Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5th Street South Phone 323-6922 gary. School; ami as its president, Dr, Frank Simon of Calgary, pro f ess or on the faculty of educii- the World Affairs Club at Uon at tho University of Cal- school under president Arthur j Livingstone, who is also student chairman of the assembly. The event was organizer) to provide high school stu- dents with the opportunity to become familiarized with UN proceedings and the principles of formal debate. It also in- cludes the study of countries prominent in vwld affairs. The meetings are a facsimile of the UN Assembly, with ec- retary general and president appointed by the club from lo- cal qualified adults. Controver- sial topics for debate are taken from Ihe book of UNT Resolu- tions. The studcn'.s were assisted Jn the past in covering the Model UN's cost of by local ser- vice clubs and civic and provin- cial grants. The grants have been discon- tinued its of (his year, and the club feels it may be necessary Dr. Datfd Clark will be fea- hired speaker at the wind up banquet to be held at the school Tuesday evening. Dr. Clark i.s the director of (lie scliool of agriculture at tho IxMhbriclge Community College, and a former member of the Economic and Social Council at the Unit Is at ions General As- sembly. He will speak on his experiences with the United I tions in Africa, Topics under debate at the as- sembly will include marine pol- lution, the expediency of under- public space, it would have to be acquired within six months, M r. Addcrl? y s aid. 11 would cost the city several million dollars. Other approaches are being i considered, he said, such as ac- quiring the only right of access to the property, so the city would not be required to pur- chase all the land, Another concern is tlte ad- suggested "some restrict ions be put on people buying land and felling it sit. No one has the right 10 do that to us." Mr. Addcrley said if the sur- rounding land is made attrac- tive enough for recreation acti- ground nuclear explosions and ministration of the urban park, the UN's pdenllal with oppressed African nations. The delegates will hold bloc meetings in the mornings and discussion and debate sessions, open to the public, from 2 to p.m. CatciU lockout confirmed Another ice rustees emergency meet to discuss education funds Oil age the wav The manager of ihc bridge Catetli plnnt. !IELS issued early (his month. Details of a new working agreement for professional staff at. the Lethbridge Community College will kno'i'ra early next week. Lethbridge lawyer Fred Pril- chard, who led a three-man ar- bitration board, sairi the board's report be sent to Calgary this weekend tn signed by the other two board members and should he back in the hands of those concerned at the col- lege by Tuesday. The recommendations of tha arbitration board are binding on both sides. Negotiations for a now con- tract started last fall and Uio arbitration board was called in The board had four sittings "fairly Eo'iicationnl finance -nill Ixs (he "gut issue" when 500 Alber- Burdett, has been prepare a jjosition ta school trustees meet for a educational finance for the con- two day emergency session ins ference. Calgary June 12-13. "School trustees Harald Gundersoii. president I their responsibility in shaping of the Alberta School Trustees'! the role of the schools. We feel formed lo j facing education in this prov- paper on j incc. "Sometime in 1973, the course for schools will be set for the next generation of Al- bert ans. feel school trustees are in the best position to de- Association, said the special: it i.s time to re examine some! (ermine the needs of a comniu- mccting _Ls being called so the; of our policies and chart some nity. ''I will be most disappointed if we don't arrive at some pret- ty firm posit ions in n least some of the-50 he said. province's trustees can address j new said Mr. Gtm- thcmselves to several critical! derson. issues facing the .schools in Tlic special meeting will also Alberta. j discuss local autonomy and But money Is ex peel eel to bo j local control of school boards, the main focus of the confer-'the role of the school in members of the Cana- dian Food and Allied Workers Union, local HIS Wednesday voted 55 j'jer cent in favor of taking strike action lo back up their demands. They IKUT Ixvn working un- der (lie old agreement since Jan. I. A conciliation board award 'storm recommending a first-year pay I increase of nearly 12 per cent RADAR COURSE Cily police constables R. J. Weir and D. E. Lee attended a radar speed meter course spon- sored hv the Lcthhridge De- tachment or the IICMP during November, ]97l. PLASTIC SKIPPING ROPE wilh rubber handle! [Regular 25e. .SPECIAL The snow will accompan- by gusty norlljorly winds. Sunday will be cloudy, some .snow nnd higte of lo 25. And. tho wcatJiermnn says thi.s cold front will hang ovor the areii for anottiw two or three days. was rejected hy the and accepted hy the company. Basic f.rdarirs range from for female employ PCS to S'2.52 for male employees. nils joke. is not an April Fool's co-operaJmg banks, department store-s, dnifl stores, shoppinfi hi.s chiicl" said the judge. inall.s nnd florist shops. j The daffodils will be sold for 35 fonts per flown or three doz- i en for i CUFF BLACK, Certified Dcntnl Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAl DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 377-2822 EXTRA FOR EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL 317 7lh STREET SOUTH HUMiDIFliRS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ud. 1262 2nd Avo. S. Phone 328-3363 190 WE ARE KITE HEAOQUARTERSI ASSORTMENT OF KITES 590 3.98 DELUXE SLEEPING ROSE 36" x 78" 3 Ib. polyester fill Ffannel Sporti scene lining, Reg. 18.93. 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