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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, AurjiHl 58, 1972 BEDTIME SNACK During Ihe evenings campers gather in ihe main dining area lor cards, conversation and hoi chocolata before lights out. When it comes to WE ARE ONE OF WESTERN CANADA'S LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY FIRMS Wo Ccin Mod Your For: Brochures In Full Color 9 One-Time Carbon Forms O NCR Foi ledger Cardi High School Yearbook! Budnesi Cnrdi 9 Envelope! Slalomcnts Invoices Community Birthday Calendars Church Bulletins O Book Printing and Lithography Division Phone 327-3203 or 328-4-111 BIT OF FUN Above a group of Senior Citizens enjoy an imprompJu performance by one o( the camp slaff. -Bruce- Dccoux Photos 'Pass oldtiniers enjoy three days in Waterton at Canyon Church Camp By BRUCE DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau WATERTON Sixteen sen- ior citizens from the Crowsncsl Pass recently participated in a highly successful! Senior Citi- zens Camp at Canyon Church Camp here. 1. 73 horsepower engine 2. Four-speed synchromesh transmission 3. Front disc brakes 4. Fully reclining bucket seats 5. Electric rear window defroster tires 7. Full vinyl interior 8. Electric windshield washer 9. Two-speed windshield 10. Padded recessed dash 11. Collapsible steering column 12. Glove box 13. Cigarette lighter 14. Heavy duty beater- defroster 15. Three-position courtesy lights 16. Hand brake warning light 17. Three point tctractable scat belts J8. Power boosted fresh- flow ventilation 19. Swing-out side rear windows 20. Unit body construction 21. 60 amp. hr. battery 22. Dual braking system 23. Wrap around bumpers 24. Side running lights 25. Back-up lights 26. "Washable and removable trunk mat 27. Recessed -spare tire 28. Tool kit and jack '29. Electrophorus paint application 30. Four-way flashers TOYOTA Along .senior citizens i from Taber, Pinchcr, and Claresholm they spent three activity-filled clays in the na- tional park. located near Coppermine Creek on the Fled Rock Canyon Koad, the camp provides cab- ins with beds, a large dining hall meeting area, showers and wash areas, and has specially designed trails with railings. The camp boasted a ratio of one staff member for every two citizens. Terry Baptisle of Calgary was camp director, Mrs. Marg Culler of Champion, camp pro- pram director, and Mrs. Diannc Burns of Calgary, camp nurse. Senior citizens summer pro- gram coordinators from the participating areas w ere: Crowsncst Pass, Pat Kitchen- er; Pincher Creek, Terry Dohhs; Tabor, Gaylo Guise and IjQrraino IvCgerwood. The remainder of the staff were volunteers from the var- ious districts. The campers enjoyed three days of perfect weather they toured the Water ton town- site, took the international boat excursion, visited the fish latchcrLes, the IlufMo Pad- Jock, Cameron Falls and shop- ped in Walerlon. A turn at kitchen duties was one camp activity which no one escaped although there were many distractions such as skits, fireside singsong, cards, various games, intense; rivalry at (he horseshoe pitch, and a presentation by the park naturalist. A. three-quarters uf n mile hike to Crnndlo Lake leit some of the junior hikers amazed. All ttie made it to the top. The senior citizens were es- pecially appreciative of the ap- pearance of park wildlife such as moose, deer and goals. Kach evening ihe staff, whicl wa.s especially considerate, made the rounds to each cabin with extra blankets, hot water bottles and gave the occasional linamcnt message. Crowsncst Pass senior citi- zens, under the leadership Mrs, Pat Kitchener arid co- sponsored hy the Crownies Pass recreation board and Ihe United Church, comprised the School enrolment last U of L> LCC classes start next week Students at the University of elhhridtfe and Hie Ixilbbridgo ommunily College will Ire ro unilng lo classes next week. Uetfistration day is Sept.5 at .CC ami classes start the next ay. The fall semester ends )ec. 22 with exarnintions lx> X hc-lcl Dec, 10-22. ration for the spring emester is on Jan. R with "lasses starting the following lay. Tho semester ends April 7 with examinations written April 2-1-27. At the U of L Sept. 5 Is Orion- ation Day for new students. Everyone registers Sept. R with classes pelting under way Sept. will be held Dec. with Hie fall .semest- er ending Dec1. 24. The spring semester Oricnla- inti Day is .Ian. with regislra- ion tho following day. Classes start Jan. ]0 and the semester ends April 20. Spring semester cx.imlimlioiLs will he written April K3-20. Tlv3 first U of L summer ses- sion starts May 7. est participatifiK Th campers traveller! from til S hy bus, driven by Ton ciolonc v.Iio volunteered h services as driver. Those pavlicipalinj' from Hi as5; Mr. and Mrs. ftc ward Lediew, Mrs. D'Amici Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Cicorgc Viravcc, Dick Crahh, Alec McVey, Peter Kuhick, An. gelo Orlando, fete Scnink, Kcot- Ly llohson, Mrs. Julia Olak, Mrs. K. Burton, Mrs. R. Hoi- sted and Mrs. A. Hartbcli. The camp, food, activities, and thfi efforts of the directors, CD-ordinators and volunteers were all highly praised by tho senior citizens. Most left camp in anticipation of next sum- mer. Agro office is relocating The southern Alberta region- al office for tlie provincial de- partment of agriculture has started The Move. Tcday through Wednesday nil the office staff for the regionnl department will be moving to the new office facilities In tho science building at tho Leth- bridgc Community College from the Provincial liuilding on 9th Avc. N. The regional department will share office space in the build- ing with the newly formed ir- riRation division. All farmer enquiries to tho regional office will have to ho directed to the. LCC after Wed- nesday. The IxHMiridgc office for dis- trict agriculturists Murray Mc- Lclland and Roger Moore will remain in the Provincial Build- ing. FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD SELLING LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3074 for this much same as Enrolment hi both the public and separate schools in the 1 city, is running approximately equal with la.'il year. Dr. 0. P. LarKon, supcrintcn- dent for the public schools, said j ''enrolment remain static or the same as last year." Tlie tabulated figures for the first day of school Autf. 23 for I'nc public schools were: elementary, junior high, .senior high, and Dorothy Gofxler Sehcxjl, 45 for a lotal of ISM students. Last year's jitiblic school en- rol nifiit was: elementary, junior Jiigh, .senior high ami Dorothy CJowlcr School, Lf> lor a lotal of Larson snirl he feels the enrolment will increase by Ihe end of the month. He said Ihe decrease of youngsters at Hie year enrolment Is a bit down from year, hut senior high en- rolment is up. Fie said both probably even out, end end up the same as Inst year's totals. JJob Kirnmill, .superintendent for the separate schools, .said this year's public .school enrol- ment figures aren't up to year's because of the late enrol- ments. He .said this especially true witb regard to .senior high enrolment, Many of the .stu- aiT: commiltcd lo a sum- mer job until the end of Au- gust and are in enrolling he said. The .separate schmj! show: elementary, ju- nior and seninr fiigh W for a total of students. Mr. Kimtnitt said fig- ures are similar lo last year's olement.iiy level is due to the: except that there were extra declining birth rate. I enrolments at St. Mary's School "This is Intft for all Rchool.s, that hadn't been counted on. rot just The hirlh year's scparalc school rate is declining all over the enrrdmcnl elementary, he said. Dr. said junior ?2f.; junirir high, 591; .senior high 472, for a total of Oft! Toyota cars are sold and serviced from coast to coast in Canada and throughout tho world. LFTHBRIDGP. Toyofa Travel Cenfro Box 1202 Coulli Tel. 327.31ft5, 327-3711 ICARDSTON [MILK RIVER I TABER Wolff Son Toyota j Madge Equipment Lld.l Kenway Toyota Uor fi51..1W2l 209 M. 647-3838, 223-3434 REGISTRATION WEEK TODAY THRU AUGUST 31st p.m. to p.m. IF REGISTERING FOR FIRST TIME PLEASE BRING TOWEL AND SWIMSUIT. Opening Horizons LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COilEGE School of Continuing Education JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL UPGRADING EKGU1H 80 80 SCIIMCE ID Thil cf counet it dctigneH fa give the adult Iccfci n jyn'cr high itliool diploma tbo necenory background to enter lllo Arfulf High Program. 10 Mondays end Wednesday: biginning WeJnwday, Xipf A 1IMC: la ri.m. IK 17.50 PES UNIT Iniludti all nicinary anj v.c.khoot.j HIGH SCHOOL PREPARATORY BIOLOGY UO-Ttudoy anil Thundoy CHW.15T8r 130-MonJay and V.'idrmdc.' Ef.'OllSH 120-lunday and Thuudoy FKENCII tin.I Wedntidoy 110-MonJoy and MATHIMATIfi 130-Mondny end PHYSICS 120-Tueidsy and Thunday FIE 37.50 FEB COUHS! HIGH SCHOOL MATRJCULATION BimOGY 130-Monday and CrtWISTRY l30_Tuatdoy and tNOLISH IJO-Tueiday and Triwday fRfNCll and ThjfKfny MATHEMATICS and Wiilnxday MATHEMATICS and Thundrry PHYSICS 130_Mcr.doc and Wtdniuldy SOCIAL STUDIES-Mondar and Widniufay FEE J7 SO PIR COURSE rlaitei oneroto per ai li In- dicated on tho ithedule 1a 9.-I5 pm. DATE Clanci begin Afli or day, 7rh, 1972 ond end Wondoy, 18lli er TueitJoy, Dtcinv her 19lli Counei labelled 110 to X livtl Inhrllr.rf nrn to grnrlo XI level f.mirirj 130 ore enuivnlenl lo XII level For further information pleaie conrocT School of Continuing Education Lrihbmlge LFTHeRIDOE, AlHRTA Telnphnno 327.2141 ;