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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta lofuidny. May 37. 197J THE 1ETH8RIDGE IS Waterton chamber pleased i with Victoria Day behavior Hoscu Sunshine Players are OFY J o By LAHHV HfiNNBTT ill-raid Staff Wrilcr Members ol the town of WaL- orion Chamber of Commerce have oxpi'txssL'f] gfnernl sum wilh reports of problems in Walcrlon Lakes Njiliunnl Park [luring the Victoria Day week- end, and park supervisor Dave Adiu Lcrinod Hie wcokenrl "one of [he most Iroublc-free in years." Emmanuel Cohen, president ol liie WHteilnn Chamber of Com- merce, said Tno.sl. of Lhe com- plain Ls were made 'by adults who camped next to spots occu- pied by youths, but were un- willing to accept Hie noise of (he youths enjoying them- selves. park belongs lo the young as well as Hit he said. Another chamber spokesman told The Herald, "We had some owning weekend problems, but they were confined lo the campgrounds and were not nearly as bad as I hose re- ported by radio stations in Lelhbridgc and Calvary.1' "Business appeared lo be brisk ajid llic crowds were gen- erally well behaved only (BOO damage lo park facililie.s and a lot of wear to new grass resulted from I he weekend said Mr. Adie. A total of persons and vehicles enlert'd Ihe park during the long weekend. An nCMP control were in no way founded in (act. had .several large groups of youlks in UK; park and they were, for llic most part, very well behaved. There were fewer problems with alcohol and Ihe constable assigned to tbe summer Waterton de- lachment saiil reports of bands of youths roaming totally out of Stewart disagrees luitli report from a police point of view Ihe openi UK went off without a lie said. Reporl.s of had conditions at Ihe piirk resulted' from a very crowded condition al I ho tnwnsitc campgrounds. "Bad weather, poorly pre- pared campers and Loo many peopti! created an unpleasant situation al. ihe lownsite camp- said Mr. Adie. "Many youths who had come i llv MAIlUiNK COOKS1IAW IllTiilcl Stuff Wrilnr A I.ulhliriclpe Opportunities fin1 Youth project called Sun- shine Players has already befluu summer work in cily elemen- tary schools, under a federal The musical llosca will grant of its single performance nl il j The Sunshine I'layers arc a i 1.O11J 1 after .studying children's thea- tre. The first part of their project involves presenting; two plays to audiences of hctween and 100 elementary school students and Ihe discussion of Lhe plays with the children. The six have made appear- ances al Galhraith, McKillup j o'clock tonight in the Vales Mo- j group uf six universiK students, morinl Centre. .SmilJi, Lois JJoDgworlh, Sponsored by the Salvation Kirk -Jensen, Sandra lialcovske. menlary schools, and have thu Army, the Calgary production j Hob liainborough and P a 11 i following scheduled; General involves a cast and crow ol Parks, who created Ihe project I Sfewart, Monday afternoon, more Iliaii 70 lional young people. It is the j story of modern youths1 prob- Icms in (lniorinininn elliienl behavior. J Tickets nrc available at sler's Music Lid. or al. the box office prior to the performance. City's tree-planting project to continue i summer Plans are continuing for a, Tliere is generally one boule. lie camp for the weekend in SS OpCIl HoiISC S? park were not prcpnrcd for the C. D. Stewart, president i bad weather, and were forced Community lo tilk" seller in the kitchen Dr. of the Lethhridge I Sunday lor [ion nf the Byrne Hupurl on un- y 'n tnci campsite lor -_- rest College. Im'ch a'ld Lheir' JOlIll K.. wanderings and talking disturb-; College, says he does not agree with the major recommenda- youths wandered lor! Uie city, says Bill Brown, superintendent of parks and historical operations. But with new street design? Troc.s are under conslanl re- view, said Mr. Brown. New specimens are brought into the j nursery all the time, and Kiev Reduce tlie price of your car wash- when you fill your lank with gasoline al a Pacific 66 Car Wash! SUPERSOnSC Car Wash T819-3 Avenue S. Ifs easy stir] convenient to drive n rlnan car! We honor all credit cards approved by dealnr before purchase including CHARGEX. We Care about you and your car That's a promise J The report ordered by J i in Foster, minister of advanced education, recommended lhal top administrative personnel he declared redundant and thai someone outside the institution be appointed to oversee its op- eration. "L don't buy Ihe 5 Stewart, gs and talking ed olhcr campers who were try- ing to sleup. "The same problem existed last year, hut there were more atson youths here I Mr. Ariie. (his said Another problem at the town- .site campgrounds resulted from (tisiiussal LOO people and not enough id Dr. space. "To get rid of everybody and pul one man in charge is ridi- culous." He said the recommendation is nol compatible with the min- ister's financial policy for the colleges because such a move at Red Deer would probably cost more instead of loss. Dr. Slewail expressed con- cern thai the government hasn't made up its mind about whal to do wilh tile unset Lied situation in Red Deer. "II is essential thai Die eminent lake ivhalevor action j it is going to right away and i get rid ol this feeling of uncer- j Lainly." "Many campers parked their cars next to the already filled campgrounds, carried tbeir tents and other equipment into Lhe camping area and made their own campsites iome-! times gelling very close to other people already there." said Mr I Adie. None of the problems during the opening weekend of the park were new. nor were they considered of major proportions by park personnel. An open house will be held Sunday for John Watson, retir- ing principal of Allan Wat- son School. Mr. Watson is retiring al the end of the current school term after 44 years in education. The open house will be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the school where he has Iwen prin- cipal since Iflal. The public is invited lo at- in .some of Ihe new sulxlivi- for lwo or three ,'sums, there is sometimes insuf-1 before they are planted ficicnt boulevard -space left for on lots. trees, ho said. And wilh less city Westminster, morning of May ;il; Lrikevk-u', aflmirxjii of 1; and Afinos Davidson, noon of June "Tlie response been grcal so said Mob "The kids really cnjoyf-d and the teachers, I'M) The; pl.'iys ;HT wriUcn. JUT .scnU'fl ancj jicicd llir- the1 pnjKoiil iv.o JUT nnly Mr first of several lo be fonipir-icfi. The is a lu'lil roniKly situated in the jimu lion loses his roar, and ept doflrjv upsfls ;jj] animals Iryintf ID hi-ip. Tin.1 M.'roiirj is a lilllc1 flcrpiT ami cnnrmis MX pcnii'i- Murk in an elrvjiinr v.lictv- I most important law is N'n Touching. The objective of I be tions is pet kids inlerc-.-lfjcl and involved in drama, nvfn show toarhcrs an "f how drama can bi1 iM-d i- snid Uob. The next step in the i.s a six-week session wc-c-kday morninp.s in (be Bownun Arts Centre beginning the first in July, The session, which Is a c drama involvement will be open to chil- rjicn to Ili years of aye. Tin "-lurlfiils to involvi t in aclinj; (hem- and working wilh plays, a1- "We lo Ivar what they've got l'i it's a learning process lt.f> I'ullfiv.iiiji the summer session i: a four of (owns in southern lliroi1 circuits their plays to chil- dren in diMrin The lour rcc- f'-i-.lirinal fl( in Lhe The prnicr-i v. ill the 'if itnd the six hope in children's theatre sui'Mc-; al. ersity of in Ihr fl QUALITY DENTURE f-j CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Rj Certified Denial Mecharie a Cupilol Furniture BldB. LtSZD PHONE 378-7694HB1 properly adjacent lo streets and roads in some areas, there are probi Jems what trees lo plant. With various underground services, such as underground wiring, Ihe location for planting trees on some lots is quite tricky. Mr. Brown said Ihe planters try to agree with the lot owner as to the location of property. Al presp.nl (here arc seven or' eiglH kinds of trees in Ihe nur- i sery, he said, bul nol all of them are s u i t a b 1 e for boule- j vards. I There are several varieties I of flowering crabapples in the city, and these wiH probably be continued. Oak trees are also doing fairly well. Lindens will probably become another tree; planLs on to be planted in the next few j I years.' 10. f j fyin j fcrcdtUi INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT 15 OUR ONLY BUSINESS Pitone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7in STREET SOUTH :v Colleg transfer arranged Some progress has been made on the touchy issue of sludenls transferring from one Alberta post secondary insti- tution to another. Dr. C. D. Stewart, LCC president, .said Friday. He said the colleges have fi- nalized an agreement whereby students can Lransfer within be system, with the sending institution determining wluit credits the student takes to the new college. However, there lias been no change as far as college-lo-uni- versity transfers arc concern- ed. The universities still are sticking by (heir stand thai they should have the riylit lo determine what credits a new student should have for work done at a community college. I "We bad a meeting with tlie University of Lethbridge re- cently and I hey are still not ircparod to accept our stand (hat the sending institution should have the right to say hat credits a student lias) but think we are making pro- said Dr. Stewarl. exliibition continues The Oldman River Potlers Guild opened their potlery ex- j hibilion tnday in the centre i room of Lhe Bowman Arfs Cen- i tre. On display arc various types of funclional and decorative potter y, including primitive pottery. R a I, u ware, earthen- wart; and stoneware. Beads, wallhangings and sculpture are some fealured decorative dis- plays. The show continues loniglil.' 7 lo (i o'clock, and Sunday, 2 to 4.UO p.m. and 7 lo S p.m. But Wh hole? Lethlmdgites like to play golf Ihey have a lair share of golf holes in Alberta. The Calgary Planning Com- ission. for instance, only rec- mmcndcd 18 holes for Dpulation. If Ihe Calcary model were Put it to work in our Investment Funds. oir 11 get security and expert management. Royal Trust ffmrlnvrstmonr Fuml.s tk-sirim'd to Mill pil.nl orliipb quartcrly income. Sccusforcoinplclr inforninlion. Investment Funds. Royal Trust 740 4th Ave. South, Lethbrldge, Alberta Phone 328-5516 4-ply polyester cord (or slrenglh with ride comfort The lire cord material for up-to-dale strength, salely and durability. II meets today's mos't demanding needs lor a smooth, comlorlable ride, Modern 78 series gives the low, wide, husky look thai is so in demand. 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