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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thuiidtiy, August 5, 1971 Rides easier on Prairies By DAVE TIIO.MAS MOOSE JAW, Snsk (IT) The rides jire longer eas- ier on the Prairies for this year's crop of summer tran- sient pushing westward. They're queued up on the outskirts of Winnipeg, Retina and Moose Jaw every morn- ing, just as in Ontario. But the difference here Ls (hat by noon nearly everybody has a lift. Few h i I c h c r s are stranded at nightfall. Farm pick-up Irucks are common transport for the transients. Riders occupy their time flashing peace signs at passing cars. When the kids hit the cities, they seem to disappear. Street begging has not become as common in Rcgina as it is in most Eastern cities. Transient panhandlers are easily out- numbered by dclerly rclipious crusaders passing out litera- ture mapping the road to sal- vation. Saskatchewan residents are not disappointed that the young travellers show little in- terest in louring their urban centres The sooner they move on the heller Some ivould prefer Ihey didn't stop at all. A move to establish a city-nm hostel in Regina was quashed when irate residents presented a pe- tition of protest to ibe munici pal council. SOCIAL EFFECT Tfvnsienls now aic accom- modated by Ilii? Salvation Army for one night only. Not all are headed west. Among the exceptions were Guy Mitchell, in. of Medicine Hat, Alia., and Pat Holliday, 16, of Calgary. Er.ch has been on the rnad for Ibrce years. They were thumbing and pan- handling their viv cast to Montreal, accompanied by a rabbit to [hem by a farmer in British Colur.ibia. People here ere more con- cerned tlian easterners willi the significance and social ef- fect of the massive westward flow of long-haired youngs- ters. A school teacher picking up transients en route In Palsary was "frightened" by the lack of ambiiton lu? said he sensed among [lie kids. They had rejected Ihe "work ethic" and replaced it with a belief in sharing. The teacher was disturbed the kids hadn't thought their I philosophy throug to its logi- cal sharing is a valid and practical way to run a soc'cty, (hen shouldn't they contribute something? He said he thought Hie ma- jority of travellers on the road are merely taking a vacation from high school but many would be influenced by the professional transients who had no interest in further edu- cation or work. After a few HITCHHIKING EASY ON PRAIRIES-Guy Mitchell, 19 of Medicine Hat and Pat Holliday, 16 of Calgary play with a rabbit given them by a farmer in British Colum- bia. They are thumbing their way to Montreal and plan to take Thumper along. Sum- mer transients find thumbing easy on the Prairies. The rides are longer and every- one is usually picked up by noon. years, it was nearly impossi- ble for them tc return to straight society. The same uneasiness is ex- pressed by tlic operator o[ Moose Jaw's hostel. Cool Aid. John van der Raatdt. him- self by no means establish- ment-straight in appearance, spent a lot time thumbing across Canada before il be- came popular. REAL PROBLE.V But. he says, he worked he ran out of money and never relied on government handouts in Ihe iOrm of food and lodging. He says many transients slaying at the hostel have come lo e.xpect Ihe service as a right and refuse lo share in daily maintenance. "They figure we're here to scrvs them and that's really bad." lloslol statislics show that in one week only 17 of the 113 guest said they could pay Ills 50-cent charge for one night. Mr. van der Raatdt says the moneyless and aimless wan- dering yoi'th are a real prob- lem because a dependent atti- lude is developing among llie.n. But withdrawing the free facilities would not be a solution. "You can't say close down the hostels. Hostels aren't the are." His wife. Linda, sympa- thizes with Ihe young people on the move. She spent lf- years on the road after escap- ing an unhappy school experi- ence in .Moose Jaw. "I got fed up with the whole teachers tell- ing me stupid things to do At 16, she left home and her Grade 11 class vith another restless female student and headed for Vancouver's Gas- town. Eventually she made a firm decision to reject the transient life and was able to return to school successfully hack home. The individual stories are surprisingly similar. Behind Ihe traveller are strict par- enLs and frustrating school regulations which made the free wandering life attractive. Government hostels and the ease of registering on the wel- fare rolls make a lack of money no deterrent. Critics pan filthy play 'Jeep' Wagoneer Mew styling outside new luxury inside Brith famous go-anywhere 4-Wheel Drive THE 3-CAR CAR TODAY UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-2805 LONDON (Renter) Andy, to show how Warhol and his Warhol's Perk, a 2'a-hour hymn friends from his New York lo the American pop artist and i "factory" live, his friends, has opened in Lon- j play.s hci-oes boal. aimost don and despite near-midc ush-. sarne names as super. erelles and dozens of obsceni-, stars Barbel has launched in his stream of mov- ties, failed lo arouse its British audience. Ticket louts outside the entrance lo the Roundhouse, the thtatrc from which Oh! Cal- cutta! began it's successful Lon don run, were probably more disappointed than anv critic. They failed to sell a single seat lo this play, billed as the dirtiest to open in London since j the abolition of theatrical ccn- sol-ship. Even as uniformed policeman j ATHENS (Heuter) The seated among the critics in Hi? Greek governmenl has proposed front slalls seemed impassive lo legislation to set up a council the proceedings. V.it a muscle. ....___ _......_. ___ Journalists watched in Greece proceedings. in his face moved despite dozens of provocations. There was plenty of nudity, masturba- with disciplinary powers mer Greek and foreign journalists. The council, composed of ies. Viva, perhaps the best known of his stars, is Vulva in his play and is pcrfcrmed by Wayne County, one of the furuii- est drag nrtists to be seen any- where. With his wig, out in a thousand directions, County looked like a child's hand-pup- pet, and he spoke with kind of southern accent that went out with Gone With The Wind. Warhol himself was played lo perfection by Anthony Zenatta. He seldom adds more than an arch "really" as he is wheeled around in a chai- from scene to scene lo listen to his friends re- count their sexual adventures and misadventures. Kathy Dorritie plays the cen- tral figure of Pork who com- petes with Vulva for Warhol's flagging attentions. Britain's newspapers gave Uie play a panning simulated sex acts, masturba- judge and a representative from lion, homosexuality, and drug j each of Iho journalists' and scenes. newspaper owners' association, GERI ROUSED THEM the right to forbid j Police ni'ollC The only time the audience from practising their I came Lo life, however with spon- taneous hand clapping and j cheering ubtn Geri Miller. a Warhol "superstar." Hexed her pectoral muscles and sent them racing up and down her cliesl. The play's chief concern was profession. The draft law said all foreign HirCC tleaillS correspondents should have ns' their guide Ihe interesls of Ihe i PRINCE ALBERT (CP) Greek people and the Greek na-! Police aie investigating a dou- tion when reporting news from j ble murder and suicide near Grce-e and should abide by Iho city early Wednesday. (Jreek Christian tradition. A se-1 Police said Ted James Mc- i curity council should check on Dougald, shot his 48-year-old llicir loyalty to the state. I wife Frauine and her 41-year- Observcrs here said these! old companion, Christine Krist, provisions would enable the gov- i Ihen shot himself ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Ctrllfhd Metropolitan Bids. 32M095 ernment to refuse accreditation to certain journalists and allow The incident occurred in the yard of a residence just north it lo exprl foreign correspond- of Prince Albert. Police said cnls criticizing the army-backed j the weapon used was a .30-30 regime. cplibre rifle. LOUGHEED VOTE RICHARD RARTON DICK GRAY THIS IS YOUR PERSONAL InvitatioTi TO MEET PETER LOUGHEED AND THE LOUGHEED TEAM THURSDAY, AUGUST 5-7--30 P.M. If the sun shines; HENDERSON LAKE PICNIC AREA If it doesn't: EXHIBITION PAVILION INSERTED BY DICK GRAY CAMPAIGN ORGANIZATION RICHARD BARTON CAMPAIGN ORGANIZATION Lewis to campaign in Alberta NDP OTTAWA Demo- crat Leader David Lewis, who recently spent a week travelling through British Columbia, leaves for a lour of Newfound- land and Nova Scotia Friday. He told a news conference Wednesday that, like his B.C. tour, he will ba meeting party committees, local action groups, joining picket lines and speak- Crops flattened in Sask. area MACKL1N, Sask. (CP) A rain and hail storm, driven by 90 m.p.h. winds, flooded homes, moved buildings, flat'.ened bumper crops and washed crops away in a 10-square-mlle area surrounding Macklin. Hailstones the size of a wal- nut and three inches of rain fell on this east-central Saskat chewan farm community for about 90 minutes. Outside the area, no'hing was disturbed. SIGHT AND SMELL Brood mares recognize then- foals by sight and smell. ing to several public meetings. He plans to join a picket line at Burgco, Nfld., where tlverc is a strike against a local fish plant. After visiting the major centres of Newfoundland he will go to Capo Brclon, Pic'.ou County, Halifax and Yarmouth in Novo S'colia before returning here Aug. 15. Later in the month, Ihe NDP lender will spend four days campaigning in Alberta before attending an Aug. 31 founding, convention of the NDP in the Northwest Territories. This meeting will be held at Pine Point. Later Mr. Lewis will visit Hav River and Inuvik in the ter- ritories. HP. said he plans to travel ex- tensively through Quebec during September and October, laying groundwork for the next general election which he said he ex- pects sometime next year. He didn't plan on becoming too active in Ihe expected On- tario election "because, frankly, T think that one Lewis in that campaign may be enoueh." His son, Stephen, is NDP leader in Ontario DAVID LEWIS On the move Find body on bank of river DRUM11ELLEH (CP) The body 01 10-year-old Gar- ncau was found yesterday on the bank of the Red Deer River about three miles downstream from a spot where her pajama top was found earlier. The girl was last seen Friday evening. She was a ward of the social development department in Dnimlicller, 80 miles northeast of Calgary. Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan It's simple how quickly one lo.se pounds of unsightly [at rigfit in your own home. Make tliis home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs JifctJe, Jusf; PO to your drusetore and ask for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and ndd enough grapefruit juice to lill the bottle. Take two tablrspoonsful twite a day aa needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plnn. 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