Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Lehar Operetta Is 'Rejuvenated' By Talented High School Troopers JOAN BOWMAN _____UajiiliBusiul Writer Merry Widow is B years sal this bat Cet- tnl Eagk Schaol rejuvenated the girl Tuesday at the Yaies Mcmnriil Centre. The operetta, which played to an audience of about was a gaftaat attempt, ky a stadeat east of M, plus an even laraer backstay crew, to re- create an era now yean aad directed by for- ___ CCHS Uararr Maureen Metaag, the production made evident the couatlsts komrs which went into its making. H is a traneaaonsiy ambitions undertaking for a school wtoch First produced ia MM and set ia Paris, The Merry Widow r her east Euro- pean cuualryateu would prefer Irtee in the cotters of then debtndden state. Their attempts to marry her off to a seep -embassy love .entangle- nMats to a minimum make up the substance of the plot In tie title role was Betty Kobdaej, a tall, Grade 12 stu- dent with a remarkable' voice, poke and a striking appear- (be major Uiaiactejs. Tatjr sept their auadiaa what taty Mat. Pwbaps aavjar tMtlrai of tat play was the aVdoag ad asttf larft charts. It b tutpliy o( iDitiMtf the first act, at the embassy, maay eamtatbai we bat a chorat contested iato a ancle area, a> If nttnitg a royal earn (ant ta the ride. As to tie acts aaa'cosfaJBMt, the latter were danhn1. Their etbr aad detail made oae woa- dar if Matakars haoxt tat at TCASA I Ire Need Of Funds Judge Culten Presides Here As Supreme Court Judge Alia Cathy ETBM, the Mtabtjr m a earnd, low aad Ptat- (thej dkktt havt ues, had sice toaekea to it hoate, wUck hne heea knta. laaked like rraak Travel awl Caarcaoai attta COMMUNITY COlUGf CIUUTS Oossts In odult and children's arts and crofts were offered for the first tlme.lhis year Lethbridj. Commonity College in door recreation and. education course.. The sewioni, which featured .toath- erwork, Shown in !.b. picture, oUo Included jmtrucrion in basketry, mosaics-batfiks and copper work. Elain. Harrison (ought th. children crofh in IbtMb Catfcy Evins, the adult cr.ofts in the spring. rtudents wer. involved. Ben Brooks, assistant in the recreation department, .said croft, programs may be de- veloped to include silver-smithing ond soap-stone carving, and evenrualry and water- eolor pointing. The designed >o give potential community recreation oxper'mnoe in the arts. .________' THIS IS CHAMBB Of COMMERCE WEEK DID YOU KNOW? That during Hw '69-70 soaton Lorhbridgo Chamber wWi Canodo labour Council, Sfndwrt fnm LC.C, U. of L ond all I" fnnMng m a Studwt" projroBi for dly. Th. SOTM pr last ywr pro- A. c.rtoihwi.1 of oliimt f> Th. Itorol UrbM of Ih. sovrii Albwhi ch.nhin dtunsn, oho to end Cutbonlrt onniwl Jmntn, for Ifc. of rriotierahip thw. cwtmwnrtfM. As at Janvory Iw, InrHoM eompMnwnJory pBonth. mmibonliip to oH bnincws end fmionol pMfte up in th. dty. SUPPORT YOUR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BE AN ACTIVE MEMBER! Hiss Kotodaej, is a delight on staae, with the potential abffity to her audience. However, the constant pres- jce of the chorus tended to either upstage .her or to dis- tract. She needed more space her, more open areas to move about and dominate, by her sheer presence, tbe mob of fawning men and money- Greg R o y e r as Prince the widow's former suitor whose offer of marriage was circumvented by palace politics, made a handsome, dashing leading man. Mr. R o y e T doesn't have the best voice in the world, but no matter. He effectively portray- ed a m a D-of-the-world for whom women, from cancan dancers to money-laden wid- dows, very onsecretty Steve Mestaros, as Baron Popoff, a seH-adormg ambas- jaoor, often provided his rote with subtle acting. He seemed determined, a ..bands over the stomach are" any. measure, to invest the character: with as much pumputity as the part de- The of the Al- berta Snprame Court ia Lata- hridge, marked the first time former Mr. Justice Alan CoDea, af Calsjary pre- sided as an Alberta Supreme Coort jodat hi the In February this year, Judas CoQoa, then a judge of the trict court of southern Afcerta, was appointed a iudte af tke trau division of the Supreme Court of AJherta to rffl ava- caney created by a mendment to the Judges Act' Judge CuDer. a native of soothen-Aberta. Be was bora in Fort Maeteod m ins. It Judge CuDet went to Regmt's Campiaa CoDttje, af- Qaitod with the Uanoraty af Saskatchewan; After gTadaa- tion from law school be arnettd inUtbbndge. He was admitted to the Al- berta bar A year later be joined the Itth Battery, nadian army m IXnbndge and went. overseas where he. be-. ia legal work in tbe trny. Judge Gotten was ap- pointed a district court judge for southern Alberta. ffis career has touched a va- riety of Interests. He was nominated a Lfoeral for Lethbridge in the top. Pam fell tot. tka proAtctioi'i aft ptarts aa oast Eoneeai dan at tat opoaaat of Act I How sDEknts caold lean tack steps hart to imagine. Beaded> KB Harfaax, they re- cehrad fife ai ap- to city coated tat 1 ed ase of a funds TCASA asked Council tabled the last Bwetiag and------ the outline fntn TCASA. Mr. Smith will appear before city eoatcQ May 4 to aanar fat from tht------- Ckoreocripby by CWhy Wbatpley, parocatoriy in the daaee, tottared sto- deats whoapia had mastered iWfaMiit ftepc put sMMrViwn atoai the 1m, tht dance bt- _. said TCASA needs th. (aids to launch its JCT tour- adranee, an to _ an expected from the dty Has year, win be used malafe far brochures and posters and the printing of a new city stap. Tbe'aew map wtB tafaat tourist facilities ia .UdtWdae. Fnai Lehar's tantoni waHi es aflorded one iraay: atadeat COB 'apead boors throwing their bint tot af kOter in mod- having make for the The Merry era pop dances, were tnobte with the waltz. it aacht beat pnda Widow, but it can afiord nuuV not pndactioa uwtaaa i anan wv wht wane the waoai but know or two about three- Frank Smith, maaantr of TCASA, said the city ia use at present is totally inadt- ThtBewmap is akeady and TCASA watts to publish it rigbt.away. A total of maps wffl be printed. Tke'' Afterta qommmut Travel Bureau gave TCASA an extra IS.OM this year aad a pected to give itiASA- provincial ejection of U67. He has served as chairman of the Separate School Board, and ip to the Al- berta TJnivenaties' commjssion. 'Judge CuQea was.invotved ia Lethbridge' orgaabatioii Cement Finishers Needed There it a good demand in it present for qual- drag- lUtBUJ 9> baTiag served 'as pnodent of the Rctary Club m 1JB-6J, and president of the Utnbridge Bar Ajeodatxe.. _______ aid short cooks, according to. a Wedaeaday from the Leta- bridge Canada .Manpower of fiee." OB. the supply side, there is s of carpenters, cot diivn AUaoaBB: ttae play cries, for an orchestra, CCHS's one of pi- ano, orata and vtobn, condod- ed by musical director SWer Mary Gotfara, was satisfactory. The makeup was good, aod so were the hairdos, although Miss KasaWeJ could btrt done with t second style. The pndacnat sdntillatod ia laces, lagged to others and leneraDy emded an earnest ecire to make it aD work. OCHS has again given evi- deace of the talent and tion among its students, and caching and administrative staff. The Kerry Widow continues tonight at I and Thursday at at the Yates. Daffodil Sales Down Money from the tttee-dty sale of daffodils in Lethbridge, to aid the current drive for can- cer funds totalled -down from the total of gathered m the three-day sale last year. Early spring at tte west coast resulted fa a atetage of daffodOs for the sale, (Mag rise to the decBoe in funds from tbeaato. FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE. WORLD Trudy Ungenberg as Pop- ofTs wife and Frank Smerck as her love interest, were another of the production. Cast as oary pfaOaadermg conplc affections were more than'momentary, they carried off their ton scenes excep- tionally wen Unfortunately the play does not radicate whether the two in true story book fashion, re- turned to the straight and nar row, or took the French movie route sod ran. away The role of Nish, played by George Rice, was an obvious crowd-pleaser Tuesday. Mr Rice depicted to the Bffi the role of a noodle-brained ser vant who reacts to a thought as if it were a can to the gallows But robust as the acting was it was rather uocootroUed and diffuse, and shrouded the woce of the character. The other speaking parts the play, were played to good use by: Mike Wright, Carol Yakukc, Nick Previskh, Ken Camnbeil (a good voice ____SUrer, CoUeen Keenaa aad Jeanne Cbmstodc. The chorus members remain- ed faithful to their rotes, even the spotlight moved to [oop Stiidies Food Store's Operations Federated Co-operatives Ltd., wholesaling co-operative in Saskatoon with an Amerta reg- ional office-in Calgary, is mak- ing a feasibility study of Town and Country Warehouse Foods In Shoppers World. Tb; decision, expected after the.study is completed ia two weeks, win determine whether LKbbridge Co-operaUve Gro- ceries Ud; win purchase. the store-'..'..'. Lethbridge Cooperative Gro- ceries Ltd. it a newly-formed co-operative. AD tawwut. w keen paid off by TCASA.te the ____liVririi, fj' ft..' 'vaMuaVkfatarBaaall ptOdUCOOIl UaC, fBTWHBlBlsBBuU film Land of the Kg Rai'tkr. New Manager For Gas Plaiit G. 6. Myers has been an- paiated manager of 9sdl Can- ada's plant, ef- fective April JU. The aanasBea- ment was made by R- S. An- derson, .Calgary, gas manager. Mr. Myers, former technical soperintenaent at the Watertoo plant, sncceeds R. Picard who is being transferred to Calgary on special natioos in office and sales der cal positjons. The inclement weatlie during tbe past week is said to have had a. curtailing effect on activity. Holiday Centre For Disabled At Bragg 'Creek Kmszneo- Camp Horizon at Bragg Creek, located 10 mues from Calgary, is an Easter seal holiday centre for the handi- capped. Any physically disabled child -r adult (minimum age six years) may attend the camp. Cost wffl not be permitted to icvuil from attending. The, Easter seal fand by jpcnsorsfaap RESTAURANT a ationB will provide funds where INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINT KotcK Elected To Executive Association Steve P. Kotch, president of I Northern Bus lines Ltd. was elected recently to the posrUoa secretary-faeasuier of tbe I Western Canada Motor Association at the 14th anbua meeting ta La- cofnbe in EdtDooton. The association .the transportation mkwtry (rom Victoria to tbe Lakebead. Discosscd at the meetntj was tbe new gas turbine engine for ban wttch ta reported in tests to have dotted ooemaBcn mfles wMlmut an flverhaul.. Aa extmne sbortogc of new and used highway buses was reported at the meeting and wasaokltobeduetotteRV crease in business vohsroe dar- ing Hie past year. He said Northern is presently negotiating to purchase more equipment to handle its future committneote, and expects to add an additional three coaches Animal ExpertM The city police department has budgeted an expenditure of this year for the can of the police dog and bone which is used to patrol the rtyerbot- tom. While the same amount was budgeted last year, the two animals actually cost Mil. Tbe. camp IE operated by the Alberta Rehabilitation Council for 'the Disabled and camper application forms may be. ob- tamed by mttiag them at 6M 13th Ave. S.E., 21, Alberta. DIETRICH DtNTUK CUNK 1-304 M 51. t. H7-7744 tQSi HOtAK, C.OJU. to Hs fleet by May or Septem- ber. LYLE'S HARDWARE St. N. 378-3541 POWER LINES and Improve- ments were made to the bridae ekctric systems volt power lines In 1MB, to 11 maintain vorbege and provide capacity for tbe iocreaatag eJec- DNS LAND IHT UJDEN ONTZET HW Hrtf HOCtAI WU ZUN WEEK VRU Hcrinncrt U nog ck bevrijdingKlag? Wy hopon Canada to danken door van Natlonole gift. Uw Tl NAAD: THE DUTCH CANAWAN COMMIHEE 1945-1970 M SOUTMRN AlKTA P.O. IflrMIDOf, AUfltTA Uwt tn Db- MRS. KRDUE'S SPWAIS MONDAY Ihrv SATURDAY dtfATME rWifdJCMK tm., Her. J. VffiND tm., rVrf. J. JCHUTrT tw. TraOT., f. HANHAtT CA CHICKEN SAUD SANDWKH STLUOUKEI pun 2: Ott1 it ZUlflTS 'SrOUET' KSTAUWMT Hill- 1.