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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE lETHIIRlnCE IIERAID Friday, February 11, l.o stage r3ii 1 h Iting i'i'' miusi- li'i'ir. a true .niii tne M..III! I.amion. 'I'll.- .-.dry ein< an I'JlJ- MI as in "i Siam's nddrrn. Tl'i- "i.vimT. and reaction-- l-u'ii in HP.' li'i1 i-f ;V-Y .1 dciighifiil unluirrtlc.I'V story vci' tunes a.- Shall Wo Daiin Gelling I" Mure Vulentine. Gift Sunrieslions STAINLESS STEEl ELECTRIC KETTLE SPECIAL J ONIY I "t Cnli Houscwnret 327-5767 COMMUNITY SILVER PLATE NIWEST PATTERN! SPANISH CROWN 2 Only! 'JO-P'rce Service for Eight Exi-o) Rcgolni 99.95. SPECIAL Coll Chinn 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Open Won., Tues., Wed Sol. a.m. 1o p m. Friday and Saturday a.m. ID 9 p.m. Know Vou I WhMle a Happy 'rune. Hello Young Lover- and in the Slnilow are threaded liberally Ihrollghrlll the ads. Tlic produclion i.- a total M'lMxil and coinmuml; effort, wi'h in excess of llhi sludenls ami most of Ihe staff invotven in Cliiidren from (he foiniminily p o i 1 r a y the king's children, and Ihe Jolliffe provide a specialized Lunch to the production. PnKlucer of the show is Nick ral.son Lily Larler is director and Willie Mathis, musical cli. rector. Costume designing is done by Marilyn Barrctl, and Garry Shilliday is responsible for set design and construction. All are members of the staff of Winston Churchill. Albert Azzara. a 17-yoar-oId Givilc 12 student, who will tako Lhe part of (he king, is an ac- tiu' member of Ihe Lethbridgc Voinli Theatre and (lie Letli- bridge Musical Theatre. He was involved in Fiddler on the Horn" and Ihe Allied Arts annual Christ mas pantomime. Many people will best remember him for his por- trayal of Max Dclweiler in The Sound of Music. Janet D u c e, cast as Anna Leonoivens. the English gover- ness, is also a 17-year-old Grade II? student who shares her en- joyment for Ihe performing arts with athletics. She also played a leading role in The Sound of Music and has done festival work in singing and dancing, as well as being active in local musical and dra- ir.alic productions. Others taking principal pans are Gay Plomp as Lady Thiang, iiie king's head wife. Debbie Grey as Tuptim, bis girl and David Mann as Lun Tha. her lover. Tickets are SI for students' night on March B, and ?2 per seat for the remaining perform- ances. They are available at Leister's, Eaton's, Ihe Vales box office, Winston Church i 11 High School and from Church- ill students. Uniled Appeal misses objective With Reserve schook populai The United Appeal, Hi'.' an- nual fund raising campaign hy tlic Community Chosl [or its IB member agencies, appears headed for another target miss, possibly its worst. i The campaign closes al the! end of this will] "only S133.000, about short of DUCK 'nun T.ennowcns VAN There are ilo families In Ix'thbridgc whose last name be- gins with the prefix "Van." "Tlte China Stoiy: One Fourth o! Humanity' will be shown al the University of Leth- bridgc Friday, starling al 8 p.m. in Ihe new lecture thealer, IC-liPO. Admission is free. The fliMninute color documc-n- tary, filmed by American au- thor Edgar Snow, a personal friend of Chairman Mao Tsc- tung. includes some rare foot- It features the only pictures (taken of the ChiiHse Red Army's historic Long March and an interview with Mr. Mao. Opening with dramatic se- quences of Ihe student rebellion of it ends with Red Guard activities during the Great i Proletarian Cultural Revolution. Winter Carnivdl starts Sunday The Lethbridge Community i College Winter Carnival runs from Feb. 115 lo 19. with acliv-: ihcs every day lo keep up the excitement. To start the eunmal off, the Poppy Family will provide an evening's entertainment Sun-' day, with two concerts begin-! ning at 7 and p.m. in the' Yates Memorial Centre. The contestants fur Carnival" Quuen will be introduced dur-' ing the concerts. Monday, tile nursing students i will exercise their back rub- bing ability for a small fee For the more athlctically-in- c 1 i n e d, Tuesday features a giant tug-of-war. Log cutting and nail driving contests arc j planned for Wednesday. Thursday noon. Laurie Brad- lev, a folk singer from Calgary, will enlerlain, and Ihe evening j mil feature a torchlight parade. Friday is Ugly Day. Students will appear in a variety of colors (skin as well as cloth- ing) and in anything but the latest fashion j Activities for the day include j an ice sculpture contest, a pan-1 cake eating contest, a basket-1 i ball game and a skating party j I lo wrap up the evening. Saturday night a cabaret will i j be h e 1 d in the Exhibition grounds 4-H Building, with mu- sic provided by Salem. The event is semi formal and the Carnival Queen will be crown- ed. A lunch will be provided. This event is closed to those other than college students. Tickets for the Poppy Fam- ily concerts are available at Leister's, Dong's Music and 1 Sports and at I.CC. tlie objective of ex- ecutive director .Jim Sinilh said. This will leave the appeal pi" cent short