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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 10, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 All jobs are important Pincher tests small centre capability By WADE TINK PINCHER CREEK The 1975 Canada Winter Games will be a new ex- perience compared to previous Winter Games. This year's event will mark the first time that they have been staged on a regional basis. Pincher Creek will be the only area allowed to set up an athlete's village as an annex of the main village in Lethbridge. For this reason alone, Pincher Creek will be on trial for all the small com- munities in Canada where future Winter Games will be staged. It must be stressed that success here will pave the way for small centres in the future. For this event to be a success, we must work as a team, each contributing what he can and where he can. Each job is important and each volunteer is of equal im- portance, regardless of the Bond Street In The College Mall "Welcomes all visitors to the Southern Alberta Jeux Winter Games." While in Lethbridge be sure to stop in at Bond Street and see our fine selection of Men's Wear. Bond Street College Mall Phone 329-3411 type of work they are ask- ed to carry out. The ski events to be held at Westcastle and Castle Junction will require more officiating than any other sport in the Winter Games. There will be about 200 volunteers involved as of- ficials, timekeepers, gate keepers, announcers and secretaries. Additional needs include food service and transport personnel, traffic control, security, runners and many more. Transportation in itself will be a major under- taking. The transportation chairman for Pincher Creek will be Bob Toney. He will be responsible for moving some 250 athletes from the village to the ski hill for all events. Also, this group will be responsi- ble for the movement of equipment and other items required. Awards and ceremonies will be taken care of by Ron Zukewski. This will include opening ceremonies at both venues at Westcastle and Castle Junction, as well as the welcome by the com- munity. The Winter Games come to Southern Alberta with the theme of western hospitality. With this approach, it is hoped not only the athletes but also the spectators that arrive in southern Alberta will feel what it's really all about. The ski committee hopes everyone will make this their personal goal in February. Some of the many ways to help is to be prepared to help visitors in this area, be informed not only on what is happening in your own community but also at all other venue sites. Event calendars are available at your games of- fice. Dairies Welcomes ALL THE PARTICIPANTS TO THE CANADA WINTER GAMES and wishes them "GOOD LUCK" We hope your stay in Lethbridge will be a memorable one SOUTH PIZZA 1. 2. Anchovlt 3. Bacon 4. Black Oliva.. 6. GrMfl Pappar 7. Ham g. Muahroom 9. Onion For PIsk-up Food Orders, Please Call Ahead PHONE 32S-3434 WE'LL HAVE FT READY 2.90 2.60 2.60 2.60 2.40 2.60 2.60 2.40 10. Papporoni 2.60 11. Pinaappla iJ'WJ 12. 13. 2.9O 2.40 4.25 3.90 3.90 3.90 3.60 3.90 3.90 3.60 3.90 3.90 3.90 3.90 4.2S 3.60 14. Shrimp 15. Tomato.......... Half and halt Eitra topping to _- make your own combination SOe FA VORITE COMBINA TIONS 16. PepparonilMinhraom 17. Bacon 3.10 18. HamlPiiwapple 3.10 19. Ptppwonl-Muahroomt GmnPappar 3.4O 20. Beet, Bacon 4 Onion 3.40 21. Salami-Mutnrooml Onion 3.40 22. Pep., Onion) 3.95 SPAGHETTI Tatty MMtSaiica MtatSauttAMMtBalh 2.30 MMlSauealMuahroomt 2.3O Fwieh Bread Torn! wilh Plain or Garlic Butttr Extra Ball (laroa) Sid. ordar Garlic or Plain Toaal (2 tlfcat) Eitra natoninj, chiliM and parmwan provided on your tablt. S4.63 4.6S 4.65 4.95 4.95 4.95 5.50 2.95 2.95 FROM THE BARBEQUE CHINOOK STEAK...........- Sffi.98 6 oz. of Ground Prime Alberta Beef, charcoal broiled, to your taste, and served with toast (garlic or baked potato or french fries and a tossed green salad. STEAK SANDWICH Prime Rib Eye Alberta Steak, charcoal broiled to your taste, served with toast (garlic or baked potato or French Fries and a tossed green salad. DELUXE HAMBURGER PLATTEa .SS, A combination of 2 patties of ground Alberta beef. 2 slices cheese, sliced onion, lettuce, tomato, mayonaise, a dressed sesame bun with fries and cole slaw. Kiddies'Hamburger Platter A single pattle of Ground Alberta beef, 1 slice of cheese and a dressed bun with fries and cole slaw: DESSERTS Pi. A La Orange Sherbert BEVERAGES Chilled Tomato Juice