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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IFIH3BIOGE HERAID Thundoy, U. 1972 A review- stumblers detract from drama night By LYN.VE VAN LIT EX Over HO attended the Winston Churchill High draraa night hsld Wednesday cverir-g at the Yates Centre. The everong oi three ore- sot plays offered somethLiz ior people of all persua- sions: a philosopbical look it the problems ar.d uncer- tainties of young peopie. a comedy about a bucsUtz burgjar and a drasa ai-ju; the The settings were "ari srsd the ample: the emphasis of the three productions -ras on ac-Jr.g. And while one does de- rnaBd 0 s c a r-winnir.g cer- formaices from young high school students learnir.? the craft OE acting, oce ex- pect the actors to and reraemher their lines. L'n- fortucEJely, several terjiall-v eocd mornsats in the WCHS risht were paced by students who had not doce so. The best of the trio of plays was L. Bray's "To Bum a Witch." a dra- rnatizauoc of the corifron'a- tion between and 'evil' in the days the Salem witch hunts. Diane Turner and Lorrle WiHetts as Ruth ard llary, the two y o u n worr.eti accused oi beir.g witches, javc- tenak arid Lauralee Fran- Le in Cue. Peile'v's play. -Nofcody Sleeos" -ere'Pot Sander. Sher-'l V.'Lice ar.d Eev a; the three talkative sis- ters who btemir-t the hap- less b'jrelar Spike, played by Tom Brooks, at his Elair.e Yip portrayed er of tbe family. the encash lines were fluffed to catch the aii- attention ar.d de- tract from the as a who'e. As Soike, Tora Breaks displayed a buri- sense of the comic -Men might well burgeon in future WCHS prod'JC- Season1 by PJchard Dun !op presented news of the problems and frustrations of youth, as the young. Ir, essence, the rr.ore tolerant ar.d open- curded toward the younger generation searching for its owa truth and solutions. Led by Shannon the cast consisted oi Den- nis DtGroot, Robert De- Jong, Rardy Langhoter and Tne ro'.e of master of cer- emonies for the drama night was shared by Betty Lou Coyla and Gerry Hart. L-termission enterisinrr-snt was provided by the Win- ston Churchill Dra- rca teacher at WCHS is Lily Larar. Horner tells Unifann Expansion must continue By RIC SIVIHAKT I Herald Staff Writer EDMONTON Aihrtrta's ex- pansitmary agricultural policy and international marketing tiirust must continue to ensure a healthy rural economy, ac-' coniing to the provincial agri- culture minister. The ability of co-operatives: Government price control Alberta farm products on Al- (or fertilizer and weed control bc-rta tables must be improved. cternicaU so manufacturers Other areas touched by Dr. Homer include: An expanded predator con- trol program, after successes two pilot projects last win- ter. Addressing ike annual meet- Re organization of the ing of Unilarm here, Dr. Hush brand inspection branch v.llh Horpcr said drastic changes in agriculture policy; during the better brand inspection system, additional inspectcrrs and bet- past year have created a dif- ter regional supervision. ferent attitude towards agri- "can't charge what the market can sUmd.' A policy of decentraUza- lion. With today's system of in- slant communications, there is no longer a need for central offices. will go ahead with the transfer of the Calgary re- agricultural office to the Town Airdrie to benefit the farm population. ganiza'Jon of Alberta farmers M Alberta farm organizations in the group. j Dr. told the ctmven- I don members that it is up to government to carve out mark- around the wor'd and then supply them. Since Alberta IM-.V has a short supply of a "whole lot of agricultural commodi- Dr. Homer feels it may be necessary for Alberta to im- port enough products to cover I the markets which could be de- velcped. He said it ia a matter cf im- Specialty crop resolution passed bv 500 EDMOirrON Speciilty crops were the focus of atten- tion here Wednesday with a foin--part resoi'J'.iori r.-assed b y of L'niiarm. Presented by Lalavee Jensen of Magra-.h. president of the Al- berta Sugar Beet Growers As- todatkm, the resolution called for: e An adj-jstment or zation o: transportstion costs so Alberta prcrfucsrj will have an delegates production of vegetables. Tr.e mairi'en'-rjce of branch railway lines used for ha'iling s-jgar bitts. o Eouiiizatior; of tariff struc- tures including quotas and other inhibiting regulatiorjs. Freight i assistance Ls available for goods mo'.ing east but not goods rncr.-- ir.g west and this should be changed, he said. Dsyntents in trie interest of CCIDENT X marks crash spot can prod'jce or lose the market. i Speaking about the concept of diversification within the agriculturai Dr. Horn- j er stressed that it would bo s i major miital-te for a cattle- i leased rural economy to shift back to grain. in th re- main cattle oriented in order to continue the agricultural di- versification proa-am. This couldr.'; be achieved throush a j basic grain An ezarnple of th-e problem pointed cut by Dr. Homer was the lack of enough Alberta pro- I cessed butter to supply the pro- vincial reed. He threvr out z chaMenge to the Northern A-- ber.a Dai.-- Pool ar.l the Cen- tral Alberta Dairy Pwi to pro- CoHege-L7 of L differ on grants The o-f giant to the urj- v-srsities ani colleges for !Sf75- 74. was received with mixed reactions Wedrjesday. Jim FoSer. rnteister of ad- vanced announced thiat will 9.1 per cent increase r: operatir-g grants, and vrl'l restive a K p-er Knt will A new s.igr: ct the approach- stands for "X marks acddent ing festive season v.lil spots." in Lethhridge starang Friday.: Tr.e sigj) ,iu ,art ,r, It will read '-XMAS''. in- Aloerta Motor cf the usual meaning it ann-jal CnrUtctas safa-driving said the signs would no-', be pelt- ed at the scene of a fatal acci Alherta processsd Cattlemen'.- INSURANCE LIABIUTY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSS1TER AGENCIES tTO. 1511 Uwer Floor S17 >Sth I 317-1541 cause the city is small and the sisr. be a cf d: to the members e4 happens, "be- Pl'DUp given light tO Open lOOfl lair Mi n i sUr Lou ill Le m QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Der.lo Capitol Furniture SIdg, "Tr.e new prograrn re- place the 'Police Yourself cam- jaigi by the A1IA for the two years.'' ex.- green EDMOXTW; organiza'i stock producers g for live- 322-7424 1 -i'Si-ai- t.v; prosrarn at a er.ce Wednesday. Red. ereen ani v.'r.its aiamir.- um signs. reariL-.g ije rjost-id nc-ar L--': of accidents reported t-o city po- :'Tl'.e idca b office parties and where aicohoi- are served. BEST WISHES for a Happy Holiday Season from all of us at FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP pcstei i ha program, ilr. King said alcohol a factor in a great chov.Ti by Mvera! Sadies t t rje m CTt-sJv'j in acci den ar.d rl-jring tr.e holiday can r.-e to cresio m office parties serJ: all province, I' has risrr.i to rxb in the city, firm, if that the presence of the set up 'he comrrjyiiev that v, fere r.elp re- zcA a rrjecrjiniiirj that mL-.d ail drivers of the dangers lake over the fufAtion of and then driving. -Alberta Cattle Cotriiriissioi presideri of the University o: Ldhhridse, is tot p-Vsssed vnth the a r." to universities while'Dr. C. D. Ste- the Co-mrnunitv said :rxO for. Ir. dollars, n-iearA proyince's fovr iira- vcrJ-.ies slice up a p-Js rf miiliorj. an ir.-creaiy; oi rrJUion over last year, arxl colleges share 413.2 "I "'here frr.d the extra So million." Tr.e U o: L up all its re- serves lisx yesr to ex- per-ses there are DO re- left." Dr. Stefan said re is satis- fied both Trith the fy rr.owy and with tloe timing of the year. dldii't fiiid this o-jt in the New Year." he ssM. "Advaoce no- tice is ts imponant what are isoing to The questijxi is the be split up, but Dr. said r-s dotss't expect Dr. csv.mated the m- will aixyJt Li reverj'je to the Tsr. Shekel S-S mililori s'r.cst TI r.ot he said. FLOOR COVERINGS Ph. 322JJ372 2714 1J S. Optn Thuri-, Frj. 9 p.m. ECORD EVIEWS Chest director honored 322 6th Street South Phone 327-5747 A receptior. for Ji.'.i Smith, retire 1 live director o: the Ovrnrriu- rjjty Chest, held at Holi- i day Ijai rJsht. i Mr. S rni th. who pesi's j rectors, arji presirierif s 3wig rwrr in tiv;'e >ri U rxi r ep oxf Thty rep- s Mr. Smiih v.-s.a s of the CrJttd Ap-! silver tray and a board fX di- frrjni e I f a r e EOHJ In Lor.dor.. EnsUnd, 67 axd campaign chairmetL Vfiar3 Mf_ to he v. ei ?ht Klrr.mitt, who ideiit of Ap Mr. Smith CAT STEVENS CATCH BUU AT I Cct Stevent" energy roi cj a bfeolri fr-jir clr ths net crrid v-rtji'elc.-d r.-ct n u> of rr.'jv-. cbiJity fo irr.pcrt of f Kir 51 VAN MORRISON SAINT DOMIKIC'S PMVIEW c y rroit directw. Canada TchfeT; r.< force during trx; IC-q r. f BLACK SABBATH vou 4 TH- TX: Meet the cf our fine q'jojffied staff who together more than 35 FracJia's Flower Shop. Pictured from the csra Eorbara Shostal, hiro, Mildred Mottle Judy Milling from fhe picture is Janet Oogterom. May We Suggest it FTD Seasons Greeter 2.50 and 15.0Q Christmas on Ice............................ S1 0 ir Frache's Holiday Specials S8 510 512 Ung loifrng Poinsetfa or Murn Plants 7.50 S15 ir Mixed Floral Arrangement from 56 Call 327-5747 for your Christmas flower orders now! WEEKEND SPECIAL Leonard Payne's 'Dri-Kule Classic' SPeCIAllY DESIGNED for SMOKER the WET 'Mo moisture' 'Mo tor' 'No guk' 12.5C 15.oo You receive o SCRIPTO BUTANE PIPE LIGHTER with every purchase OUR CHRISTMAS GIFT TO YOU Carvucfa's finest ot MARCEL'S SMOKE SHOP PROFESSIONAL BUILDING 4tri AVE. S. UTH8RIOGE LEONARD PAYNE'S PLEDGE haz- ard Por-'J quarsritee' Buy Canadian Keen Canadians Working c CACTUS -FT fr i h'c... Mr. Srr.ith hs MICHAEL MURPHEY GESONIMO'S CADILLAC ;-.i ftvt-- c! 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