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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta it lETHUIOCf HOAtD JoKirJoy, April II, Booze, Drugs, f Are Dance Problems Teen Group To Beef Up Unpleasant incidents at re- cent dance sponsored by the Southern Alberta Teen Organi- zation have caused SATO lo rt- asseH security needs (or their dances. SATO staged a dance April 3 il' the Civic Sports Centre which bunts was plagued by out- whifh caused concern among parents, SATO officials and members of city council. According to'AIaa Burton, of SATO, approxi- mately two hours after the duee begta a brief fight broke between tvo nnubn's of toe person attending th> This fight did not last long but M followed by four other fight! wilhia about 45 minutes. Tbeae fights caused more of a disturbance and in all some 10 to 15 persons were invohed. Security guards are at dances but wre ineffective in preventing or queuing the fights because of binderuce by the spectators watching lha fisticuffs, said Mr. Burrows. "You have ISO to 2M kids crowding together in i narrow space trying to get a view of the fight and the security guards just can't push t b e i r way through in time to step the fight before it gets iato full swing. "We don't like this because disturbances of this sort reflect poorly on SATO but most of all reflect poorly on the youth in Jce natioa OK duty at each dance. Another source of aisnyance, not only for SATO hut for oth- er groups sponsoring daaees, is the number of youth who tun up at dances either drinking beforehand or abpnmg out of .SATO has re-assessed secur- ity needs and now promises to have two city police constables, two security guards and a po- Mapping Project For Waterton Park Aerial photos have been la- ken of the entire 174 square mile area of Waterton Lakes National Park for use by ad- ministrators regarding compre- henUTe information for natural resources managenxnt. The taD.OM pilot program, when finished, "will produce de- tailed mips to show vegetable types, soil types and various water bodies. The maps being produced are onasealeofa "quarter of a to the inch. However, they win not show landforms or cen- ter ones, and wffl not be avail- able to the pubb'c. Field parlies are used to. check information shown on the 'aerial photos. The new nuns will pinpoint of trees, ami shrubs, soils, tion in designing new national arks such as one planned for ;real Slave Lake and near Val are the federal department o! energy and mines, the Forest tanagemeat Institute of the ederal forestry deoartmect and Trtioral parks branch offi types and depths of water unlike existing maps .wfaich snow only cover. They win be the basis of re- sources management plans for plants and wudTife. rjuuusul park master plans wfl) link afl national parks by similar mapping projects to be 'eveatuaUy carried out on al parkai The puoien would with basic ptwfcte ARNOLD PUKK ACCOUNTANT Yov End SluNiiiools TBX Rcturfn OHKi 7M Sni AVt. S. PHONE Marie, Sask. Co-operating in lie project the dances "You cu stand at the door watching people come in to the dance and you won't see one trbo appears to have beem drinking and yet before long bey show up on the dance Door drunk. "We believe they slip out dur- ing the dance to drink- m can and if they keep their mouth rlosed on re-entering the dance it's difficult to know if they've aCPri drnsQig. 'Also i lot of them wUl.be apparently sober when they en- ler but win become quite drunk on the dance floor as they try to give someone the impression they're big men because they've been drinking. 'A tot of.it is an act that's put on (or the.benefit, of their Mends bat even that can be bad. "We're hoping the city police win bebus keep a stricter con- trol on our dances and that the kids that drink will realize they can't mix their drinking with dancing or they'll get arrest- DDF The Hostage Goes East reded 01 a charfe beam io- toucated im a pubbe place. SATO officials with a auspieioB a fair of drug putkiag di at dances, aaid Mr. "It woukt be difficult for pouce lo eaten these because they dont' carry the on them but jutt ap- proach people and try lo ar- range aalei. "It's difficult to estimate jutt how ranch poshing Deng done but I hare been approach- ed by many lour differ- The Piiygaers of Lethbridge prahctiaa of Brendan Behu'i The Hoaxage, hat boa ehaoB at beat ent people at a dance ackjav if I want to purchase some drags andnmethatBfreqneat enough to ed.' Whether drunk or not any youth under the age of 21 who is found to have been drinking is liable to arrest on a charge of obtaining tiquor while a mi- OnePPE One Month Away The One Prairie Province Eih quiry, initialed to study the [easibiljfy of political ab'gn- ment by the three Prairie prov- nces, opens one month from Sunday at the Exhibition Pa- vilion. More than 200 persons large- ly from outside. Alberta, have registered for the four day luufaence, to run May 1IM3. Local Tories Meet Monday FTrmal Lethbridge Federal of UK Progres- sive Conservative Association trill be held Monday at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel. The meeting, to start at p.m., win feature Cliff Downey, HP. for Battle .River in Alberta, who will speak on the white pa- on tax reform. Lethbridge HP Deane Gund- lock win also address the meet- ing. The University ot Lembridge and The Letbbridge Herald are co-sponsoring the event. About 90 speakers will par- cipate, including federal cabi- net ministers, pnmnrial gov- enunent leaders and members university faculties from Canada and the U.S. The Exhibition Pavilion was losen this week as the quiry's site. The Yales Me- torial Centre had been nnder eonsideratioB but OnePPE offi- ials decided the pavilion would allow for more space for reg- istrants and observers. Registrants, who pay for en- trance to the days' pro- ceedings, hmch and for. a copy of the enquiry agenda, win be to participate in dis- !ussioos fi'uui the floor. BOW ISLAND TURF FARM (NnMrly Gntam Form) NOW UNDEI NEW MANAGEMENT Place Your Orders Now for Lawn Tirf hi Nv> Om PHONE 545-4545 IOWKIAND or WrHo P.O. Box 447 TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Chwne wiwly H Lutheran Choir Here On Sunday Anton Over- Mater win be DDT hy. Tae Dot nit'scntstittii. sari wifl be.tse six plays at the DoaaiaioB Festival ift.wmnipeg May JI to 23. The Heatage wffl be the pndacuos. at the DDF, with fire ctksr playt prtterffrl tnsi voter of CaMBi thnufbMt the rast of the waek. DDf fiaslMs are each of lour the Wast, Quebec and the MarithaM amd i> adiusa, are chocs as special k a sev- eatk al me Afeerta festival It hat aa amateur east sf IS aid takes place in a rMbbn brothel where Eagtacn atidier be- hsctafe by the IJLA. in'retaliaties. lir the arrest of soktier by the Englishl FoAovntf tbo Pixygocn1 -in- dnctioB May U, the fire other plays ta be afccgcd are: Rivrr Players toe Carol City. The by Theatre One, ktaetrnJ; A in the Death of Joe Egg, by the St. Tbomai Here Playan, Hamilton, CM.; of the August Ifcti, by the bouse Playen, at Stony ItauaUm Paitetfvy near Winnipeg; and Unr, by the Sioui Theatre Workahap, SJDUS City, Dot. Accused's To Silence T11 east 'aad ocw, nd director Dick Hefts, win aUy Lethhridgt aboMMayU. Mr. 1Mb if in Toronto to- day, and to a liltphrw COBWT- Czech k's SUnst bnnght to the Yatet Memorial Centre stage Sunday at I and i pjo. by the Calgary Lutheran Testival Chorus. The 56-voke interfaith choir directed by Richard Langefekl, irill be making its first appear- ance in Lethbridge since U was founded three years ago m celebration of the 450th ami-, venary of the Protestant Re- formation. The performance wfll be an English Tersinn of the work, based on a Uth-centnry Latin oem oesnibuig the anguish of fary at the foot of the cross. The oratorio contains 10 movements, featuring full ebotr, or combinations of solo- ECI wbtii choros. Sec soUsbi wfll uatuiui the work's dneta and quarteui. Ar- nold Dvorkin, bass, will sing Stabat Hater's only aria, May My Heart will Ardour Burn. tickets for the concerts may be purchased at the Yates bos sctioa with The Herald CBC be u 'old wfll about May 1 the city and some of the production nel and sett. The'Rostage was chosen win- ner of the Alberta Regional Drama Festival M Lethbridge during March by westers, one Eecution by the "fuzz" (police) ance. office, preceding each Upheld By Local Lawyers iv J J The right of at accused per- son criminal cue b n- client is a fundamental bout and ihtHikt Bet be changed unless there jonie safeguard that eauU afco be Power Outage On Monday Power wffl off cou- pJe of areat on Scenic Drive for two boors Monday afternoon when the city msbdb new euuiuuieut to increase' voltage. The outage is to be between and p.m. if toe weath- er permits the work to be aone. affected are the sod 1MB blocks o( Scenic Drive and from 16th lo lllli Are. on the drive. v The city has a.ebotmuing pro- gram of raising 'voltage throughout1 the city fran 4KV brought forward far me mdirid- niL tali Roi JteohM, Leth- bridge lawyer 'and president of the Lethbridge Bar Assooation. Mr. Jacobm we comment- ing on recent remarks toade by Justice Edson Banes of the tario Supreme'Court. Justice Baiaei had suggested that the right of the accused hi be to IKV. Observers, j l of wtvui BTC expected to be local and dis- trict residents, will not partici- ate in official discussions. More than 500 registrants are spected at tbe conference. 450 Attend School Banquet The first phase of graduation ictmtiea for Winston Churchill High School look place Friday with a graduation banquet at- tended by 450 students, parent! aod faculty_ Abo piuKut for the ere Alastaif Mont, chairman of tbe public school board and Mrs. Mont, George CasUes, principal of Wibon Junior High School and Mrs. Castles, and Mr. and Mrs. George Watson. Graduation exercises wfll continue April 17 m ceremonies at the Yatq Centre with Peter Nougheed, Progressive Conser- vative leader, as speaker. Weste Jensen Award Presentation Tonight Mr. Jacobn said he could not as whether or nol Justice Runes wss 'right in making.the suggestion, without fTarnhung the suggestion in the context of other clarirymg re- marks made by Mr. Hakses.-' Bnt as to the right to remain silent itseU, Tbe .whole idea is that it> the recponsibuity of the crown to prove UK guflt c the aecosed beyond reaaonabV Mr. Jacbbson ukl. "1 d i s a g r c t most strongly with the position.Hut the right to remain silent should be re- said Martin Hoyt, Lethbridge lawyer and past prewJest of the Lethbridge Bar Association. It B a privilege .that hi inal offence but also of people who ia the future may he lerged wrth other-crimes against the state and this could ring about an inquisitiTe trial system which would be a han- y weapon for a government heDbent on totiuUrUnBm. "To me not only is the ritjht to remain silent a safeguard in crimnial justice.but is a safe- ;uard for a democratic ao- ciety." Mr. Hoyt said it also involved be responsibility of the crown o prove guflt beyond a reacon- able doubt "With the wealth of resourcn available to the state which not usually available to an ac- eused, the right to remain .si- ent is necessary for the pro- tection of the .Local reaction to Mr. Justxe Ha i nes-suggestion coincides with reactioo by lawen io oth- er parts of WESTE. JENSEN LCC Concert Has Utah Duo The D's, a smging-instrumen- tal duo from Brigham Young University, win appear In con- cert tonight at t o'clock at the Kale Andrews Building audi- torium in the Lethbridge Com- SATO Plans Slave Auction munily CoUege. The two, Dick and Duane (who don't use last have recorded under the Capi- tol label apd have appeared oh TV shoto'. headlined by Bob Hope, Joey Bishcp, Bob New- hart and Jonathan Winters. The concert is sponsored by Uie Lethbridge seminary of Ihe Church ot Jesus Christ of Lat- ler-day Saints. FIORINO HOMES LTD. SHOW HOME 2626 23rd AVE. S. Open House Saturday and Sunday 2 P.M. TO S P.M. AND 7 P.M. TO 9 P.M. By BILL PROVTCK Herali SUIT Writer Slavery U not dead but at least ttas tame ill be for a good cause ae the Southern Alberta Teen Organization hoU their auction April 16 at Zet Comity fair on Mayor Ma- grath Drive. Proceeds from the sution, to be held from 7 to I that ere- nmg, wfll go towards SATO scholarships currently tabiiibed to help worthy ata- denti in paying their hritko. At present SATO is endeavor- ing to establish three scholar- ships of 1300. each lo'be given to who are fount worthy and who may not be able to wm other scholarshipi SATO it hoping to establish a board of involved citizens who will evaluate the application for the scholarships, expected to be presented sometime in the late summer. The slave auction b but one of the SATO projects to be used to raise funds for the scholarships. SATO officials are currently lining up Lethbridge "celebri ties" to donate their- time and themselves for auction. One of the first "volunteers' was Mayor Andy Anderson an since his' Intrepid commitmca other volunteers, indudin teachers from the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute and Wiitstoa Churchill High School have abo donated themselves. Students and members SATO will also be offering Ihtir services. These slaves will be auction ed off to the highest bidder and compelled to work at leas me hour for whoever pur chafes them. The slaves will be given forms b be filled out by the temporary employer and these forms plus money donated the form of salary for the hour's work will also be turn- ed In (o SATO to be used in the scholarship fund. The first Weste J writing by at leail ilx adult citizens iix wedti before The award week and fof pertcni leaving the Ctty one -montS before en tic r- patad date of leaving. Recommendationi for these awardi In 1970 will be received al the office of the Supl. of Porfci and Recreation, for comfderolfon by the Parhi and Recreation Comm'rtilon, up to ana1 Including. Ihunday, May 7rh, 1970. Swth, BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE REASONABLE PRICES! Business and Residential PBUNANfHTMOMU HOME STTB FOR SALE (lots Are TIM perfect spot fer ftwf notHle pew eewpMfvhjr tervicev wMi nertvrM fjw, THE WATER IN SOUTHERN AIBERTA iMH flM tiftrf sssf Pnj% forVi and RMrMlltn 131 Ilk Am Uhplwm Uctil 144. LaJtt an.l. il ran cwnKT NEIL. OFnct Dvnfip twvn w hi FHONI ;