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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -TTmnclny, Juno 18, 1970 THE LETHBRIDOE HERAID 21 Stamp Of Approval From Residents Festival Gets Green Lie CALGARY (CP) An ex-' "That's our kind of entcrtain- pectol ciaras cf opposition tojmcnt and 1 don't think we have a reck music festival at McMa-1 any right especially after ton Stadium July 4-5 failed to materialize at a meeting spon- sored by UK University Heights Associa- tion Wednesday night. Some residents of northwest Calgary, including members of University Hcigtts, Capitol Hill and Banff Trail Community As- sociations and Ihs Motel Vil- lage Association, Irad ex- pressed fears that the festival expected to attract young people would lead to trouble and property damage. But the 150 residents who at- tended Wednesday's meeting gave the show a stamp of ap- proval after festival organi- zers, police and civic spokes- men explained what precau- tions will be taken. The meeting adjourned amid applause after a middle-aged man summed things up. "There is certainly the pos- sibility of problems for us be- cause we live so close to the he said. "But we have to remember the stadium was here before we were and that many of us take advan- tage of it for other events. "I notice a lot cf the people here who go across the road with me to football games. And we usually have a little nip of rum. Some of us some- times have too much maybe. But we raise hell for a few hours and we have a lot of fun. Thatcher Irked At Strikers REGINA (CP) Saskatche- wan's Liberal government cau- cus meets Friday to discuss construction industry labor problems and the result could be a slowdown between the province and trade unionists. Premier Boss Thatcher an- nounced the emergency meeting Wednesday. There were Indications that the legislature may be re-con- vened late next week to consi- der legislation ordering 800 striking plumbers and pipefit- ters back to work. "There is a very real chance we will call a session, but that has not in any way been de- the premier said in an interview. The plumbers and pipefitters have been on strike for about two months and Mr. Thatcher said "we think it has reached the point of a provincial emer- gency." A telegram from the premier to caucus members said the meeting will discuss what ac- tion, if any, the government should take to settle disputes in the construction industry. "Our p a t ie nee is running Mr. Thatcher told report, ers. "It is damaging the whole economy of the province." Mediator Continues B.C. Post VANCOUVER (CP) -The International Woodworkers of America agreed Wednesday to a suggestion by employers that a provincial mediator continue to operate as the union seeks a contract for men. The mediator's jurisdiction, during which there can be no strike or lockout, expired Wed- nesday.. Employers called for an indefinite extension of his term; the IWA agreed to a 10- day extension. Meanwhile, a second union withdrew from round-the-clock talks aimed at ending a lock- out of nine unions and a strike by a 10th in the British Colum- bia construction industry. The heat and frost insulators walked out after two days of negotiations with the Construc- tion Labor Relations Associa- tion, following the action taken by plumbers Monday. The walkouts were prompted, the unions said, by the insistence that contracts for tlvc nine unions involved in the lockout all be signed at the same time. Caterpillars Strip Trees EDMONTON (CP) Leaf- eating caterpillars have hit scattered areas west of Ed- monton fairly hard this year, J. B. Gurba, head cf Alberta's crcp protection and pest con- trol said. But ('ie tent caterpillar season should ho over in Ifl-rfays when the insects spin themselves into cocoons to become moths, he said. hearing the precautions that have been taken to condemn this kind of entertainment. On that r.cte I'd like to move the meeting be adjourned." The festival is part of a prov- ince-happing rock music cara- van called Festival Express '70, which will open June 28 in Toronto, then move to Winni- peg and Calgary. The Express Stampede Special Planned CALGARY (CF) The Cal- gary Stampede will be the sub- ject of a special color televi- sion program to be shown in the United States and Canada. Details of the one-hour spe- cial were presented Wednesday to the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede Board by the co-pro- ducers, Arthur Godfrey Produc- tions of New York and the CTV Television Network. Producer Daniel Wilson said Arthur Godfrey, veteran radio, TV and film personality, will serve as host and narrator. The show would attempt to portray Stampede Week, July 9-18 year, this as an event cov- ering the grandstand show, downtown and other attractions, the rodeo events and chuck- wagon races. "We will try to translate the excitement and unusual quali- ties of Calgary during Stam- pede Mr. Daniels said. The special will be carried in Canada by the CTV Network on a date to be announced. Dis- tribution in the U.S. has yet to be determined. 24 in Montreal, but the first Jijw was cancelled through what a spokesman described as civic intervention. was originally set to open June have a insurance pol- icy lo cover possible damage inside (lie sludium but have no legal liability for propery dam- age outside the stadium. The heaviest applause came when one- resident criticized Mayor Rod Sykes for saying that if there is trouble at the festival "a tiny little group" of adxilt fanatics will be to blame. The mayor said in a radio broadcast Sunday that oppo- Fcslival Lloyd said spokesman organizers Don expect no more problems than would be generated by a football game but extensive plans are being made to cover potential problems. Inspector Ernest Hethering- lon said drugs will be lised at the festival but city police, in co-operation with the RCMP and ether agencies, are keep- ning a tight watch on the situa- tion. "We have almost continuous intelligence coming in on the movements of known pushers and large shipments of drugs. We'll be keeping track of them if they show up in Calgary." Mr. Lloyd said promoters nents of the festival were try- ing to raise all kinds of "fears and bogies" based on mis- guided information or pure bi- gotry. The resident said he will re- member the remarks when election time comes next year. "People here have reason- able, calm and justified objec- tions and they are not he said. Plans For Propane Pipeline To B.C. Are Abandoned CALGARY (CP) Canadian Hydrocarbons Ltd. of Calgary has abandoned plans to blu'p barrels of propane from Alberta to British Columbia by pipeline. The Alberta Oil and Gas Con- servation board announced to- day that a 20-year removal per- mit granted in September, 1PCS, has bora cancelled because there seems little likelihood that Canadian Hydrocarbons can meet the terms. The propane was to have come from the Harmattan area gas processing plant northwest of Calgary and transported through a pipeline to be con- structed by Hydrocarbons Pipe- line Ltd. But the National Energy Board refused permission to construct 11 products pipeline from southwest Alberta to the Pacific Coast and Canadian Hydrocarbons failed in several attempts lo reactivate (lie pro- ject by increasing its export markets or getting others inter- ested in the project. J. G. Spratt, president of Hydrocarbons Pipelines, told the board that Canadian Hydro- carbons has considerably ex- panded its export markets for propane but transportation has' been by tank car and truck. Ho said Canadian Hydrocarbons can .sec no possibility of devel- oping the pipeline project in the immediate future. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Lima Ambassador Manuel Felix Mauilua, 59, head of Peru's permanent delegation to tire United Nations. We take great pleasure in wishing every father a Happy Father's Day. 321-7th ST. SOUTH LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 327-2O73 at the Catering to students who need to raise their average or students who need to pick up courses in 1'he High School Program. Advanced Registration Thursday, June 25th p.m. SUBJECTS OFFERED Biology 10, 20, 30 Chemistry 10, 20, 30 English 10, 20, 30 French 10, 20, 30 Mathematics 31 Physics 10, 20, 30 Social Studies 10, 20, 30 Registration Fee: per student Tuition Fee: per subject (except Biology 10, 20 Chemistry 10, 20 Physics 10, 20 each) TOTAL FEE IS ONLY BUT OF OF IT MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION Registration after June 25th permitted only where space is available. Further details ore available from: School of Continuing Education LETHBRJDGi COMMUNITY COLLEGE Telephone 327-2141, ext. 228 Now that we've got your attention: Before you buy any new car, Value Drive a Monte Carlo! RIGHT CAR! RIGHT PRICE! RIGHT NOW! Enjoy the year-round comfort of GM four-season Climate Control Monte Carlo. Personal luxury. At a price that's hundreds of dollars less lhan other luxury cars... in fact, even lower priced than some Chevrolets. The personal luxury? Monte Carlo's extravagance. Monte Carlo's sporty look. The comfort of Astro Ventilation. Full wheel covers and deep-twist carpeting. All standard on Monte Carlo. Custom-fitted upholstery. The thickly padded seats an built like line furniture. And then custom-fit with rich pat- tern clolh, or custom-knit cloth and vinyl. All standard. Luxury instrument panel. With a look of hand-rubbed Carpathian burled elm. It's standard. Most expensive looking. But then what part ot Monte Carlo isn't? Standard 250-hp 350 V8. That's right. Standard. And it runs on regular gas. Two more luxury feaiures. Power front disc brakes and full coil springs. Standard. Because, you see, with Monte Carlo, luxury is slandard equipment. Luxury for less. AUTHORIZED MONTE CARLO DEALER IN LETHBRIDGE -SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET DEALER- Corner 2nd Ave. and 8th St. South, Lethbridgo, Alia ;R in kcinoiMMWIi _ Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile (1959) Ltd, Phone 327-3147 ;