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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? Onn call 1o ouru office docs all Iraniporlnlion, nceoniodalicrr, U-Drivci. For your summer vacation. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 c Herald Churchill play was "well clone' Impromptu, staged by Win- ston Clmrcliill High Scliool its entry in Ihe southern M- borta liigli suliool ili'nma festi- val, was excellent choice, a very good play and very well saici adjudicator Joan Walci-ficld. Slic commended director Lily Liirter on her eliok'e of ptnys. "I ralhor have a high school lacklc ;i play and [ail well than to have Iliem suc- ceed at a pile of she said. She found the simple set to be very effective "Ju.st beautfiul." Mrs. Watcrficld said Uinl the fidvantage of sncll a small ca.sl tbat it coultl create a real intimacy tjclwet'n them on stage. "The cast listened lo each other and responded lo eacll she said. Mrs. Water-field slnwcd the four actors more effective ways of using the face body as an extension of the characlcr. She said the cos- tumes ivere well-chosen for characters, but that the direc- tor and actors should avoid small props wliicli arc inmatur- ni to such as cigarettes. "Because the play has lots ol words ajid little she said, "you might create your own actions on stage." She demonstrated this be accomplished by re- arranging some of the fiuiiiturc and eliminating the repetition of small hand movements. Mrs. commented on ttic deterioration of the high school drama festival in south- cm Albcrla. She regretted lhat there were so few schools and students involved, and also that there were so few people at- tending the festival. "f hope that the riflhl people can get together and make 1973 a totally meaningful and exciting she said. Awards for actors and plays will be presented later when it has been decided if one of the entries will be sont to the pro- vincial competition lo be held In Banff May 5 and 6. SECOND SECTION Lctliliriiific, Alberta, Saturday, April 1, 1972 PAGES 17 TO 32 IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BIDG. 740 41h AVE. S. IETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA AlV about Phologroy The thai chongej wit light. CORRECTION Dr. Inn Forbes has been elect- ed to the h o a rd of the Leth- bridgc John Howard Society, not Dr. Ian Inlis as The Herald's nW3 story said. Ilie Herald regrets any In- ronvonicncc caused by its error, IT MAKES SOME PEOPLE HAPPY Many Lethbridge residents havo been inullering unpleasantries cvpr since tlie mosl recent snowfall, but these three youngsters seem lo Iliink ils greal. Fann Yang, Susan Yang ond Jocquic Lyon pul the finishing touches on a snow verison of the Easier rabbit at 2315 9lh Ave. N., who olso seems to he enjoying himself. Kerber Pholo IJy HICIIAHll IIUltKli "llcralrt St.ift IVrilcr tics: council ami the city art-' viljcs. the owner of tlio wrock- ministr.Hifm; a com- ins yani voulc! no longer rind mitlfc. and the irgional parks ii c-c-oiunriical to Jiis land in Iliat narticular about dollars into stv- A proposal for MIW Ix'inj; set up Ihn i'l llial particular of the river valley as a "con- oRMI'C. lie said if tin1 city put aincxl urban pp.rk' of the pro half a dollars int for the southern Albcrla council aff My. in that area, lite on public affairs Thursday. Addcrley said. The planners Icm no linger Tna Ka.njt. ,m Hie uvvrrr cwild put tho land lo rjly the tc-r me, such iv; for a mole] The tentative plans, rancun- LraUng cal qualified adults. Controver- sial (opics for debate arc taken from llic book of UN Ke.sohi- Uons. assisted tn the past in roverinp lite Model UN's cost of by local sor- clubs and civic and provin- cial grants. The grants have boon disoon- (inuat iis of this ycf.r, and the club feels it may be necessary tion fee of i covering expenses. The 1072 assembly will liavc a.s Us secrclan'-geiieral, Harry Krausc, a social science in- stiiictor at Wilson Junior High School; and as its president, Dr. Frank Simon of Calgary, pro- fessor on the faculty of cducii- tion at the University of Cal- director of and (lie school of agriruiture at tho lhe UX's potenllal involvement Ix-lbbridge Community College, with oppressed African nations. and a former member of the Economic and Social Council at the Unilol Nations General As lie will speak on hii nce.s with the Uniled N'a- aPen to the public, from 2 to The delegates will hold bloc meetings in the mornings and LIWJ L'llULTL -MILLlmS V.I I (IL I 1 1 I sernbly. He will speak on his and dcbale sessions. expenei Mr. Addcrley said if the sur- ncxt WMk- several million rclmding land' is made altrac- lav.-jcr Fred Pnl- tive cnouph (or recre.uion acti- chard, who led a three-man ar- ---------------------------------------bitralion toard, said Ihe taard a he sent to Calgary i (his weekend tn signed by I tlie other two board memberj ane1 should he liack in hands of those concerned at the col- i The recommendations of thfl arbitration bo.irri are hinding ad- ministration oi the urban park. .Air. llrown suggested tliree possible administrative Calclli lockout confirmed Another I lions in Africa. Anglo Dislrilmtoj's SERVICE CENTRE 419 5th Street Soulh Phone 328-6922 NOW OPEN Govern men I licensed TccVinictan Repairs tn and Tapo Rucordc SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO p.m. ce Trustees' emergency meet to discuss education funds on age the wa Educational finance ho the "gui issue" when Alber- la school tnistccs niwt for a two day emergency session ini fercncc. Durdell, lias beo.n formed prepare a jnxiition pajK-r (xlticalional finance for the con- (o facing fcluc.ii.ion in this on, iiice. prov- Calfiary June 12-13. "Sometime in 1973, the i course for schools will Lw set "School trustees rccognJzc' lor the next generation of Al- Ifarald president I llwir rosponsibility in shaping Ixirtmis. feel school trustees of tho Alberta Srhool TnislpcVJ role of the schools. We feel are iii the host posilion to de- said the special- it i.s time lo rr examine sonic! (ermine needs of a comniu- mceting is Iw-ing called so the: of oiir and cfiart some i niLy. 1 province's tnisleos can adders new said Mr. Giui- thcmselves to several criiieal i derson. issues facing ttic -srliools in 'Ilip .special meeting also {y firm positions in ''I will be most nisappoinled if don'L at some prct- Allwrla. j discuss local aulonomy and But money Is expected to be1, local ronlinl of school the main focus nf the confer', Ihe role of the scliool in a cncG. i Mviftly changing sot-iety and Mr. Climdorson .said tlif problems of j-pL'd.il education ASTA i.s deeply conccrnrd identifiwl in llx? Utair Kcporl alxiuL liow scliool.s- will be in I ho future and sonic of t at leiisl lie said. on Mental Health. Mr. Gundorson said the June iterated tho ASTA position that! mooting is urgent IK.-CIHISC educational there aro nianj' issues frcm for should 1 provincial statutes. In addition, a special com- j mittCD, headed by former ASTA president Ray Clark of I suspended sentence Here we go again weather fans. A slorm centre in northern Albftrta is moving slovrlv south. Tiic of Ilin I N'epotiatinns for a new con- Iract started last fall and Uio arbitration called in bridge Catelli plant has issued early Ihis monlli. a prc'.ss release that The Ixwnl liarl four sittings Ihp conipanv will lock iU floors b e f o re finalizing n "fairly April 4 in tlie of a stride lenRtliy" conlract. vote earlior this Brian sairt the com- pany's 53 employees now have tlie legal to strike at any time within the next year and Uie company "cannot operate under Fncli a threat." It's expected the new contrarl ,-ilI tx> for a tv.-o-year period. In Lhe past, staff contracts at CC have Ixvn one year in IUDAK COURSE and U'llibridsc should start lo j "The company has Ikon tliJs City police conRlablcs H. J. ferl its cllocls lonight. i action in onlcv to protei't Us; Weir and 0. K, Lee attended a This means more snow. That's right, more snow. More "intermittent." Tlie weather office says Uie Lethbridge area vrill get in- ches of new snow, while four lo five inches will fall near the foothills. Lr.sl weekend, t h e weather report nallcxl for intermittent snow, and we all know what happened. vSo. hold onto your lials. Uic tcmpcrahivr should reach the tlcgice mark today before plummeung employees, ils investment in radar speed meter course spon- AllxM-ta inriusln- and (he con-I sored by the l.elhbridRC Dc- iinev, and lo ensure iJiat this dispute is settled said Mr. Knypers. Tlv members of Lhc Cana- dian Food and Allied Workers Union, local HIS Wednesday voted yier cent in favor of lakinf! strike action to back up their demands. They have Ixvn working un- der liie old iiRrremcnl since Jan. I. A eonrilialipn hnard award tachment of the J1CMF during November, 1971. mark lodav before plummcnng I to PO alwvc when U.e .storm rccominoiiduig a nrst-ypar pay fronl moves Uirougb. increase of nearly U per cent M-ni lU was rejected by the. workers LEROY'S PLUMBING GASFITTING SERVICE WOflK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 32B-B403 sale April 6 to 8 The Order of the En-stern Star s-.-onsor its ninllt AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES Stanley Alexander Jenkins, 33. of Lethbridgc was given a one- yonr sentence and placed on conditionless proha- lion ior one year in magislraln's court v-'lic-n ho found guilty of breaking a court order. Jenkins had been cliiirficd and breaking a court order following the disnp- poarrnce of his five-year-old son daffodil salu April fl, 7 and II j Kevin in lo raise mrmry for Hie Onnn- He vas arrested in Toronto in Tiie accompan- by gusty norlherly winds. Sunday will be cloudy, some snow and higlis of 2H lo 25. And. tho says thi.s cold front will ha.SIR over ttie are.i for anotliei- two or days. This is nnt an April Fool's joke. and accepted by the company. Basic salaries range from for female employees to S2.52 for male I'liiployoes. dian Caiic-er Society. Tlie Maple t'hapler and tlie Chap'or Nro. linve arranpcfl liavo P.tXW (loxen frcsli flowers flown in from interior Ilritish Columbia. They will distributed throughout the city lo Fehruan', back, lo Lcthbridge, tried and ihc ab- duction dropjK-d. In liaising .sonicnee, Judge I-. W. Hudson sr.iil ho M'as sorry he; could do nothing else find Jenkins piil'y. "Allhough his aclions broke ORICINAl OIL PAINTINGS HOUSE OF FINE ART 409 5 St. Soulh Phone 328-1314 3rd door north of Greyhound Bui Depot Slors Houri: Mon., Wed. end Sal. 9 am. to p.m. Thuri ami Fd 9 a.m. lo 9 _ banks, department the law they were intended to storc.s, dru.q stores, lii.s s-iid the judpc. malls and florist diops. i Hie daftodils will bc sold for 35 criil.s per dozen or three doz-! en for j CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dcntnl Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ud. 1242 2nd Aye. S. Phone 328.3363 PLASTIC SKIPPING ROPE wilh hundlei 'Regular 25c. d Q fi .SPECIAL I L WE ARE KITE HfADQUARTERSI ASSORTMENT OF KITES 590 3.98 DELUXE SLEEPING ROBE 36" r. 7B" 3 It., polyesfer fill FFannel Sporli lining. Reg 1393.